Conceived as a series of abstract prints for billboards installed as megalights (3x4 m in size each) on the busiest streets in Skopje, this project by award-winning artist Zoran Poposki aims to reclaim commercially usurped public space for artistic purposes. The Abstract Politics (2008) series of digital prints for billboards draws upon a wide array of artistic strategies traditionally used by abstraction (the liberating power of randomness, chaos, gestures), while at the same time recontextualizing them and translating them into the language of new media.

Selected artworks from the series exhibited at: Museum of Contemporary Art Skopje, City Museum in Skopje, and at the DMZ Pilgrimage International Art Festival in the demilitarized zone between South Korea and North Korea.