On the thematic cycle „Appearing and Disappearing“ by Boro Rudic,
(FeridMuhic): „…With half our lives awake, half our lives asleep, half our lives with eyes wide open, half with eyes closed, we have accepted the fallacy that the world truly appears and disappears. We have divided the world and our lives into two halves: that which we see, in whose existence we are convinced, and that which we do not see, hence, that which we treat as non-existent.
With his masterfully conceived thematic cycleof artistic photographs printed in this monograph, Boro Rudic has challenged this dichotomy. In his ecstatic moments of inspiration, he has shown us how to liberate ourselves from the blind belief in sight. Namely, he has managed to prove that sight is not an arbiter deserving of our unconditional trust…“
BoroRudich (Kochani, 1954) studied in Skopje and graduated at the Faculty of Electrical Engineeringand Information Technologies. In his decades-long work, apart from artistic, he also worked on commercial photography, as well as photo-design. Hehas collaborated extensively with the most prominent advertising agencies, as a photographyauthor in several monographs and books, as well as Director of Photography in about thirtymusic and commercial videos.
He has been awarded the highest photographic title, Master of Photography of the Photo Associationof Macedonia. He has had numerous solo photographic exhibitions in Istanbul, Thessaloniki, Bursa, Nuremberg, Belgrade, Kranj… He lives and works in Skopje.