Blue border

With the onset of the pandemic, I found myself in my hometown, Kaliningrad, for the first time in a long while. I had been living outside the city for a year and a half, where secret paths always allowed me to reach the sea, even during full lockdown. I started a project, replacing the country’s border that I couldn’t cross with the boundary of the sea horizon that I couldn’t cross with my gaze. All the artworks are united by this visual image of the blue horizon boundary, which combines with additional obstacles that change, disappear, reappear, but still prevent me from breaking free to the degree of freedom I lost since the beginning of the pandemic.