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Paintings from the "Joa's activity" series consist of 9 square modules, 8 of which represent rooms: living room, balcony, study room, hallway, children's room, bathroom, toilet and kitchen, and one module represents the outside world. Every time the day has a different color: red, green, blue and black. The lines here are a record of the movement
In this cycle, the background color matches the time of day I am active. Each image represents only one path, painted in white. At my exhibitions, I usually show sets of four paintings from one day: morning, noon, afternoon and evening.
The works from the SHOPPING MALLS series illustrate the activity of selected people in the spaces of shopping malls. Their common element are backgrounds in shades of red, which is related to the tendency to use this color in advertising and promotional prints of shopping centers. Another common element of these paintings are the modified architectural projections. The lines and points are here reduced to two colors, white and blue, representing several parallel paths of movement of people.
Works from the MUSEUMS & ART GALLERIES series illustrate the activity of selected people in museums and art galleries. The common feature of these paintings is a blue background and showing fragments of architectural projections in white. The paintings do not have lines representing the movement of people, because the architecture of the museum and gallery forces movement in a certain direction, and visitors usually want to see all the available rooms. The points in different shades of blue refer to the visitors.
Works from the CREATING PATHS series illustrate my activity during the sport of running. For several years, I have been practicing running as a hobby, which has become an indispensable element of my everyday life. In these paintings there are lines that I create by running and documenting with the GPS record. The red lines record the movement and the white lines result from the map projection of the place of my activity. The color dominating in these works is chosen intuitively and relates to the landscape and its mapping.
Works from the INVISIBLE PATHS series are inspired by the movement of stars, galaxies and groups of galaxies within their superclusters. They refer to the eternal aspect of dynamics as a feature of the universe that continually affects the fate of the human population.