When the earth rises
I’m interested in the relationship between science, culture and time. Admiration of scientific discoveries belongs to previous centuries, when science was a matter of a national achievement (e.g. Cold war), trying to break through new boundaries and reveal the mechanisms of life and the universe.
Then, in museums of natural history and science, the gain was cleaned, polished, categorized and prepared for the show. These museums used to look like pompous temples characterized by high ceilings, expensive wood and glass vitrines. Rocks exist from millions of years ago before the first humans lived on earth.
For me, they are universal objects that cannot be associated with any nationality or history, but with a power of timelessness and the eternal. This work is self-published as an artist book (Edition of 100).