Keep away from fire


This installation directly refers to the notion of passing. We pass through and cross spans of installation made of hundreds of innocent infants’ clothes to reach one point. This point is an inapproachable picture, covered with clothes, on the clean, white wall. When we think everything is clear, we turn around to leave the exhibition, and suddenly we can notice the reflection of the image we were looking at, but the clothes are a frame of the picture, and the act of passing through the door becomes the act of entering the picture.
The core of this work is situated on the joints of the edge, reflections and passages. That is why I try to arrange the installation taking under consideration passing through, entering between and coming, still remembering about continuous search of joints. The whole journey is to lead the looker-on to the main question if everything we saw was really an exposure or maybe just a cover for the problem.
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