With the help of semi-abstract and unpleasant images, the comic book zine Funnel takes us through the process of radicalisation into alt-right hate groups. The depicted moments are torn from their real context and linked in such a way that they form a fragmented, incomplete narrative. In the zine, Nuka tries to capture the feelings of alienation, despair and fear, which, in the current global conditions, can push people towards ideologies of hate as if down a funnel.
Nuka Horvat (1997) is a graduate student of illustration at the Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Ljubljana. He likes making zines, comics, animations and illustrations, exploring what turns nonsensical shapes into recognisable images and vice versa. He has participated in several group exhibitions, and this is his first solo outing.
Organisation: Kino Šiška/DobraVaga