Gospod K. je enoposteljna soba.
Kako loviti in uloviti samega sebe? To je vprašanje, ki že več desetletij odmeva po mestnih ulicah. To je urbana zgodba o policistu, ki išče storilca kriminalnega dejanja, ki ga je storil policist sam.
How does one pursue and catch one's own self? This questions has been echoing the city strees for decades. This is an urban story about a police officer in pursuit of the perpetrator of a crime he himself has committed.
The story of this gentleman, a well-known urban figure, remains alive to this day. Rolling around for over forty years old, it seems to have snowballed, taking on some fantasy as well. It is interesting to hear people of different ages tell their side of the story and then take on it from today's perspective. Like every other story, it has some facts and a lot of ficstion; both inspired the placement of the story into the roms. A lot of material and information has been accumulated over the years, some gathered on the streets, some in an interview with a high-ranking official from the time of the event. We also relied on the newspaper articled of the Celjski Tednik (the Celje Weekly Review) from 1965, including one article from the time when the actual perpetrator had not yet been revealed. The most strinking element of the room is the reconstruction of the scene of the shooting, the city streets and the locations in which the search for the suspect took place, all using children's bricks in vivid colours. Although the story is actually tragic, the bricks on the wall give it a news, fresh, involving, innocent and above all comic twist. Also featured in the rooms is a hat of the official, which evokes the stern air of a police officer's duties. The box presents a number of stories, pieces of information, articles etc.: the holes on the box symbolize gunshots that also allow light to reach the box interior with a figure of the police officer. Looking through a peeking hole in the box, one gets the impressions of depth and grandeur of the space lined with information, as well as a sense of guilt and unease. Depicted on the glass surface are the persons featured in the story, drawings of the room, notes, etc., appearing like photos that have just been processed or as a filmstrip.