448 hours metaphor

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Sanjin Cosabic was born in 1977 in Banja Luka (Bosnia and Herzegovina). During the Bosnian war Sanjin found refuge in France where he decided to settle. He enrolled at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts and completes his studies in five years. Holder of a DNSAP ( national diploma in plastic expression) option Painting in 2000, he devoted himself to this practice exclusively. In 2008 he set up his workshop in an industrial wasteland and starts to present his works in exhibitions in France and Europe, including the International Art Festival in Sarajevo. Read more

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This work is a big labyrinth, conceived as an experience over 56 consecutive days, hence the title 448 Hours Metaphor. As opposed to classic/religious labyrinths, with their single points of entry and exit and the central resting point symbolizing thought and its institution of the dogma, my labyrinths are designed as infinite construction sites under construction or deconstruction. Some spaces are accessible as resting points; others are closed as secrets. My labyrinths are the metaphor for the infinity of life and knowledge.

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Weight 15 kg
Dimensions 240 x 5 x 210 cm
Collection curated by:

Ewen Chardonnet


Sanjin Cosabic