The MAV’s are tiny security cameras that mimic flying insects. They form part of her Power Tools collection: utilitarian objects that draw attention to the growing concern with self-reliance and independence on the part of urban populations. The MAVs were of interest to Potrč due to their potential as “tools for remote surveillance, thus allowing individuals and groups to better control their environment and manage their security.”
Potrč’s interdisciplinary practice includes on-site projects, research, architectural case studies, and drawings. Her projects often document and interpret contemporary architectural practices, in particular, with regard to energy infrastructure and water use and the ways people live together.