Flower no.8 / donation to Ukraine
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"I'm a graphic designer and illustrator. I use themes of symbolism and surrealism in my work.
Breton put forward the idea that art should be unconscious. In my work, I try to break the boundary between dream and reality, to place visual elements in contrasting contexts, so that the viewer can filter the uncharacteristic image through his or her own worldview and create an interpretation," the artist introduces herself.
The essential element of the artist's work is the unexpected, surprise. Seeing drooping eyes, fish, a skull or another element out of context in a traditional landscape makes the viewer pause, take a second look, and make sure his eyes are not playing tricks. In this way, the viewer is invited to rethink what he sees and to look for parallels between the dissonant objects.