Another Sculpture Nothing is still. All things got created, developed and destroyed. This project is a conversation about the moment and a thought about the eternity. Memory of the sculptures that have never existed. And they never will. I want to prove that my sculptures lived in the museum. Will you trust me?Can you imagine? Or shall you deny? Idea of this project came from the unlucky coincidence. A few years ago one of the ballerinas I worked with prohibited to use photos we created. I couldn’t believe that. It felt like the part of me was turned down and shuttered. I was looking at the works that were never meant to be shown. There were 3 photos of her I loved in particular. They reflected the stillness in the movement. In this posture the model resembled a sculpture. That made me think. How could I get an inspiration and ideas from this situation? Indeed, I had been interested in sculpture for a long time. Thus, that became a push to discover more about it. I started to explore, work...
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