Everyday Tale, 2016
Acrylic on canvas, ready-made and retouched objects, plywood, paint, fabric
“Everyday tale” puts us into multiplicity of everyday life, as it intertwines with fairy-tale-like unusualness. Motifs of these tales often have multiple meanings and creates different comprehension and perception of reality. It is somewhat of dis-balance in mundane, finding weird moments, experiences, unexpected imagery.