Textile, clay, glazes.
The installation "Dark Transition" is a study of cyclical journey – fluid versus static, movement versus stillness and the constant intertwining of beginnings and endings. The textile painting, dominating one wall, is a chaotic representation of a river. This image represents the river as a constant force of change, depicting it as a living entity that moves, reshapes, and evolves, embodying the duality of creation and destruction. In stark contrast to the river's fluidity, the ceramic plate features a dark rider on a dark horse, a figure frozen in hopelessness and insufferable fear of the whirlpool. This is the crossing into the unfamiliar, through the river of life that has gone over the banks.