Sculpture- object Men games explores gender issues referencing the patriarchal society in Montenegro. The main question of work is woman reduced to a specific function, reduced to an object.The appropriation of table football, popular men's game (intimate variant of real football) serves me to ask some gender questions. Oversized table football made of glass has female players, not male. I choose two extremely different stereotypes of representation of women that create an absurd situation of conflict in which these women play against each other, but under man rulles, in men game.

One stereotype is traditional woman that caries after her husband, children and home (represented as player with long skirt and scarf), other type is woman reduced to sexual object (represented as silicon puppet).
Two teams of women play against each other, but man actually manipulates, even he is absent.

Milena Jovicevic

Men games, 100 x 90 x 160 cm, glass, resin, steel, Arte gallery, Belgrade, 2011

Milena Jovicevic

Men games, 100 x 90 x 160 cm, glass, resin, steel, Arte gallery, Belgrade, 2011

Milena Jovicevic

Men games, 100 x 90 x 160 cm, glass, resin, steel, Arte gallery, Belgrade, 2011

Milena Jovicevic

Men games, 100 x 90 x 160 cm, glass, resin, steel, Arte gallery, Belgrade, 2011