"My work is called limbo, it is my humble observation of myself and my relationship to the contexts that surround me, in recent years I feel disconnected from the world, like a pattern that does not coincide with the patterns around me, but those patterns make changes in mine, so I am a super object. I'm here but I'm somewhere else, I can't get out of my imagination. I don't allow myself to make any statements about my feelings, but the chamber format of the exhibition allowed me to relax and do something easy.
Since I've been living here for a year and a half now, this place has acquired its own connotations for me, I go jogging in the morning, and often my route includes this railroad, I think I'm interested not in the railroad itself, but in what happens near it, what stories this place collects. The Children's Railroad attracts a pretty diverse audience, at night there can be questionable company, often, for many, it is a place for dating, for some a spot for solitude, for me it has become a place where I have exhibited my humble work. I guess it's a base that backs up urban stories, an empty space."