In my 25 years long artistic practices, I do explore the field of visual art.
My creative profile consists of diverse genres and visual techniques: imaginative photography, cinematographic poetry, documentaries, short fiction films, experimental non-narrative video; as well as spatial installations formed of various objects sound collages, still and moving images.
I have particularly inherited from the “Kino-Eye” group the lyrical use of a documentary footage when I’m clipping and assembling my works.
Nevertheless, in the time of ubiquitous media, interpretations of shared historical events, ideals about one’s identity, and notions of right and wrong across time and space, the utility of my approach seems to fall into question.
Apparently I’ve become more interested in subjects that are imagined rather than directly observable. When I work visionary, particularly with my favorite media – the Super8 film, I recall my other big inspirations – the French impressionist cinema of the 1920s and Sergey Paradjanov’s spiritual, poetical and highly artistic films.
Thus, when some of my works are reflections on the historical and contemporary social processes passed through the prisms of my artistic perception; my other works seek to represent the intersections between daily life practices and the imagined connections, and to draw out their metaphysical ramifications.
By using photography, film and video as a mean or a tool, I wish to become an intermediary transmission for the future generations and the universal harmony.
Film and Video art