45 x 35 x 14 cm
Recycled paper, slime on canvas
Coral reef at low tide on the Red Sea in Sharm el-Sheikh. My first visit to Egypt was best remembered by the sea and its inconsistency, the daily tides. The sculpture depicts a coral reef when it is slightly covered with water, shells, graphite sea urchins, corals looking like volcanos and small green crustaceans can be seen from under the water. Materials used in the sculpture: recycled paper, slime on canvas.
A series of sculptures "Underwater world"
In this series of sculptures, I depict the underwater world that I saw with my own eyes and the unknown depths of the oceans and seas. I love freediving and I observe the life of underwater inhabitants, swimming with fish, corals, I hear the sounds of the sea and I feel the power of water on me, and I want to convey these feelings to people. Sculptures are created from ecological materials, slime, paper, etc., and I repeat the recycling of paper and plastic to create unique works, encouraging people to preserve nature, protect the environment. Various non-artistic materials have been translated in the field of art. We live in the Anthropocene age and this period needs to be not an ecological catastrophe, but vice versa we can try to protect nature, the underwater world from rubbish and human activities.