My work is based on combination of photographs and my own drawings. As in everyday life, which is made up of ordinary things, I use ordinary elements and combine them in various ways to tell my story. Like in painting, I love the way when I can precisely control the making of photomontage from the very beginning to the very end.
The world is complex, so my own view of the world has to be complex. It’s a living image of my inner experience. For me, it’s not enough just to use camera to capture and freeze reality – I wanted to add more to it, right to the point that it becomes something surreal. It gives me immense opportunities to explore myself in a way that cannot be done solely by looking myself in the mirror. In that way, I get answers to how I feel and how much I can recall. Each of us has a unique way of describing and portraying the imagination.
Anyone who finds beauty in my work will find their own reasons and their own stories in it. The meaning is not limited and fixed in what I have imagined because that would be my story. I invite people to discover their own.