It is an attempt to capture something intangible and vague that hides between movement and stillness.
The human dwelling is like a theater, like acting behind the misted windows with the temporary scenery on the background.
The dancing figure of my brother, an artist, was photographed on the edge of a sea-shore in the end of 1970s; it symbolizes the age of hopes and bright beginnings in the life of the young artist at that time.
An unbearably soft eye is hiding behind the black and white web of sharp piercing lines. The contrasting edge of the mask recoils from the intolerable gaze.
This is the last drop of black and white situation that expresses a desire to shrink and stand still trying to retain the weakening strengths.
The photomontage of several negatives – a lonely walker in the public park and a mass of trees along the two sides of a road – was conducted in the former Soviet Union at the end of 1970s.
This run in the forest or rather through the trees is an attempt either to break away from the environment or to melt into it.
In the air of eternal tranquility, the baby is fast asleep under the black and yellow withered autumn leaves, while their sharp contours emphasize the child’s helplessness.