I am reflecting on human loneliness in a huge innovation world. Enormous distances are covered rapidly, but does a person... Read More
I am reflecting on human loneliness in a huge
innovation world. Enormous distances are covered rapidly, but does a person
become happier because of this, if the nature remains unchanged?
I am creating natural textures, reminiscent of moss
and cracked soil, which are permeated by geometry. And I am using cold (but
visually warm and rough) metal, symbolizing the contradictory manufacturability
of our world.
Referring to the lines of Joseph Brodsky: “Loneliness
cubes a man at random… And what is space anyway if not the body’s absence at
every given point?”
The cycle “Escape”
This project was created during a stay in a
self-organized residence this autumn in Italy.
Being far from people and alone with nature, I was
analyzing the influence of the modern turbulent world on humans and their
absolute vulnerability to sudden changes in the surrounding space.
By contrast, I noticed and realized the incredible
power of human consciousness and its ability to adapt. And nature, of which we
are a part, helps us in this. You only need to run away, slow down, listen,
rethink and accept.
I am trying to represent the symbols, group them into
abstract forms that will remain in the depths of every human soul.