In the series entitled Processes consist of photographs of domestic objects, things and phenomena that surrounds people and keep in certain order their everyday life. The series explores process cycles in nature and society focusing on time passing and its impact. It shows the development of communication and social domestic rituals. The aim was to connect several processes of macro […]
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