It has been brought to our attention that since the 1970 discovery of the film fragment showing the half-blonde woman, half-ape creature we call I, Daughter of Kong, a number of cults, religious sects and fringe groups have appeared around the figure of Her. Primum Movens or “unmoved mover” is the term Aristotle used to describe a being perfectly beautiful, indivisible, and contemplating only the perfect contemplation: itself contemplating. The I, Daughter of Kong Center for Research proposes that the notion of the unmoved mover is an appropriate departure point for these disparate groups: I, Daughter of Kong as first or final cause, literally or figuratively the next Messiah, a thought-poem from the collective unconscious, a cosmology mapping gravitational forces and light—a central sphere around which all celestial bodies revolve. Over the past year, IDOKCFR has recruited willing disciples, former-practitioners & citizen scientists to assist with the archiving of photographs, manifestos, and documentation relating to these unique groups and their practices. This exhibit features the results of these efforts
Galerija Miroslav Kraljevic is pleased to present Skull Island, an exhibition featuring work by Alexi Kukuljevic and I, Daughter of Kong. The work of both Kukuljevic and I, Daughter of Kong demonstrates a shared interest not only in subterfuge and dissimulation, but also in the use of these as strategies for approaching the beast lurking beneath the pretenses of the human.