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'Comfort Zone' - Image #15; Edition of 20


'Comfort Zone' - Image #15; Edition of 20 Photograph



Photography, Digital on Paper

Size: 10.6 W x 15.7 H x 0.4 D in

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Project "Comfort Zone" gained a lot of attention from media ad been published in the biggest newspapers around the world including The New York Times, View, Du Monde, The Guardian, Huffington Post, BILD, etc. The project has won numerous photography awards and been exhibited across the United States and Europe. Each image comes in a limited edition in 3 sizes. There are 24 images in the collection. About the project: I was looking for a place where I could observe human beings without any distractions and beach is almost the only place where it looks like people are voluntarily putting themselves under anesthesia on a laboratory table, where they can be explored like disassembled objects by the observers (us) above them. It’s a great chance to deep dive into our culture and natural habits that are perfectly revealed in detail in these photographs. Images are not staged. It’s a photo documentary that was done during the summer of 2013. None of the subjects in these images knew about being photographed before or after the photoshoot. More info and prints Other projects

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Photography Print:Digital on Paper

Artist Produced Limited Edition of:20

Size:10.6 W x 15.7 H x 0.4 D in

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I’ve decided that I want to try a different approach to the art world by studying architecture and then diving deep in to contemporary art field. So my visual perception together with my creative process are very much influenced by the things that I’ve learned at the beginning. As an architect you are very closely related to human anthropological behavior and habits – you work around them, with them or try to change them. And now as an artist I have the same field of interest – I question what affects human actions in a certain way and can those things be changed. I consider art field as a laboratory for Homo Sapiens where each art piece is an experiment helping to distinguish our actions/interactions and natural behavior boundaries - as an artist you can document, change, create or get rid of them. I try not to take everything that is around me for granted - I love taking everyday objects or occurrences, strip them to their basic concepts and reintroduce them as art. This process works as a refreshment, helping us to see things that we forget and take for granted. My creative style is very much affected by my architectural background too: I work in a very systematic and rational way, all my artistic decisions are calculated and I’m always looking for most hygienic expressions so the ideas would become as clean as possible.

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