Me is someone else
The series of paintings-objects called "Me is someone else", created in 2017, consists of white plane trees on which, with a sense of variation, black women's fishnet stockings are stretched. With fishnet stockings as a symbol of the modern woman, I create complex geometrized shapes, developed by repetition and reduced forms, which can be reminiscent of the female experience, of the association of the bodily, sensual and intimate.
These images-objects can exist completely independently, self-sufficiently, and arranged in a homogeneous group are brought into dialogical relations and create delicate interspaces in which the potentials of the work expand and create new meanings.
One of the meanings of the works "Me is someone else" refers to the question of identity, "identity crisis" or "search for identity". As well as questions: Who determines our identity, society or ourselves? Is there a constant that determines personal identity? If our identity is changeable, what does that change depend on?