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2 Echo (Eco)Echo (Echo) are strongly representative of the restlessness and disturbance of contemporary man, who often finds himself having to deal with an isolation chosen and wanted in the name of a race towards realization that induces him to give up everything else; or perhaps a marginalization suffered and never accepted by virtue of which, even shouting his own discomfort, man finds himself only able to hear the echo of his voice, unheard by those who walk beside him every day without knowing him.
And again, in Die Beobachter (The observers) she puts the accent on the many children who suffer and die every day while a large part of the world remains watching, as if that suffering, that discomfort does not touch him, as if it were just a television image to watch with the same detachment with which one watches a film or a documentary, forgetting that instead the situation is real. This is perhaps why, in the most abstract works, such as Icarus Flugel (Icarus Wings)
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she chooses to narrate lightness, those ideal wings that allowed her, and many of her people, to literally fly away from a world where they no longer recognized in to start a new existence less afflicted by the pain they left behind, more serene and luminous thanks to that flight that has drawn in their future the word hope. Nada Nadj has taken part to many group and solo exhibitions in Austria, especially in Vienna, but also in Croatia and Slovakia…