An important part of my work are installations, which tell the story of the collective memory of a nation as opposed to an identity of an individual. Hair crochet pieces prevail, shown in space. The detail shown in the painting is part of the “site-specific” installation in space called “At home”, which is directed at the analysis of home and home atmosphere as an unsafe place.

Assuming that “home” is more mental than physical space, this installation suggests several key elements set in a completely unusual space. While the presence of wallpaper gives impression of a familiar home atmosphere and safety, bullet holes and bullets themselves evoke the feeling of threat and danger, indicating the final meaning of this piece that the home atmosphere which represents safety and sanctuary, can also be subjected to danger that spoils everyday life stability.