"Dam has been exploded. The waters of the Dnieper rushed to the Crimea." Photograph from the collection of the Nova Kakhovka Local History Museum.
Starving african children never make documentaries about their dying. The first world residents are coming to do that. Sometimes the first world residents who are dying from a disease make photo projects about their dying. Now we have the internet, and the worlds borders are wearing away. I’m collecting "a circumstantial evidence" of historical events, layered on the walls stone in one place and sanded on the other. I’m peering into the sun-bleached tissue of the city, into the space between the objects, background of the Sand-lime bricks country. With a war somewhere far to the East, somewhere not that far away from my parents home. Country which is always between East and West, with no hope to dare our own ability to make decisions. It is a documentary project, all photographs were taken in Ukraine during past few years. I do not explain the context of each picture here. Cause and effect can be found in each, but all of photographs are united by the fact that cause and effect must be sought.