Philosophical Sculpture Park
metal, welding, height 360 cm.
The Print project is a continuation of the artist’s New Archeology series. It focuses on the person’s place in the universe, as well as on the relations between society, an individual and their environment. What will be our generation’s legacy? The works addressing human fingerprints engage with the particularities of quotidian life. The fact that our fingerprints are unique is as prominent in the public mind as ever: you are reminded of it every time you unlock your phone. This ornament is a unique imprint of each human being. In the artist’s interpretation, each print becomes outsized and ideal while conveying the weight of each individual personality.
The modern world is setting too fast a pace, which is quite noticeable in megacities. We are trying to catch up with each other, to catch up with time. Therefore, within the city are extremely necessary places of comfort, to unite with yourself. For example, in the valley of the Lybid River, a small area of nature has been preserved, hidden among the industrial zone and residential buildings. The location has retained its original authenticity - it is a piece of "green" diversity with a small lake around which the capital is being built. The space around and the considerable architectural structures set the tone. The created sculptures, art objects, accumulate the surrounding space, and aim to engage the viewer in a dialogue with the inner and outer worlds