In Jovan Matic’s exhibition, called “Private Zone”, we come into three series of works, that discuss the same topic – theriocide, its context in culture, and aestheticization in art. In the series Monster, Only hoofs, Trophies and Stretching, by tackling the subject, Jovan explores the implications of the alternative approach to ceramics as material and the possibility of the meaningful game in the form-content relation. Small, or tense, and ripped animal skin, seems like they are from a thin and flexible material, stretchable and soft, all until we touch them. The touch creates a cognitive dissonance between the visual and tactile – we feel the coldness of the ceramics, its fragility, and its stiffness. It is with this dissonance that Jovan humorously colors the subject itself.