"The State of Marginal Reality"
The exhibition consists of completely different stories, eras and geographical places which merge into one feeling, image, thought at a certain moment.
Childhood memories from the Young Pioneer camp intertwine with the experience of roaming in the streets of Syrian cities and villages. The story about art activities with children in Moroccan village also joins in.
From the first sight it seems that the stories have nothing in common, however they all have something invisibly similar – certain foreboding, readiness for approaching imaginary threat, actions that are performed with seriousness and responsibility. All that joins the invisible threads of the stories into dramatic knots.
Two portraits in the collection is created putting emphasis on primitive technique and painted on tarp, military tents. They are inspired by the collages done by Moroccan children. Inert aspiration for honour, authority and pride is presented in a completely simple form indicating the primitiveness and bestiality of these features characteristic to a human being.