-“If the robots, as heroes, were first created in my painting (in the first place, I am a painter) and then left the paintings and entered the 3D space as sculptures, the construction of the “The House for Robots”, i.e., a mega-sculpture, would present a logical sequel of my work.
“The House for Robots” looks funny, almost like a parody of the shopping mall architecture. Only a couple of years ago, however, such a project would be unacceptable, while today, when the society has become ready and open for such projects, it seems realistic, feasible and, with the advance of construction technology, not too expensive. Similarly, only a few decades earlier it would be too strange and frivolous to construct a stadium or sports facility such as Bird’s Nest designed by Swiss architects Jacques Herzog and Pierre de Meuron.
The modern Serbia needs a building like “the house for robots”, a place to house the premises of a scientific institution, a shopping mall, a museum of contemporary art or a private collection of contemporary art. Nikola Bozovic