This story is of a borderline state, a clash between the reality and the dream, where they mix into one.
This story is dedicated to a middle-aged man, who is disappointed in his life, in his possibilities, etc. It is my first experience of working with such a model. So it can be said that it is also a clash of our -- his and mine -- personalities, and only mine can stay.
It was very important for me to create a story, that could be transformed, where even a combination of different photos taken out of the context would have its own meaning and could tell a story too. The story has multiple entrances and exits, transitions from one state to another.
This project is mostly inspired by the art-pieces of Paul Klee and Max Ernst.
To cut it short, “Art doesn’t reproduce the visible, rather it makes visible.“ (Paul Klee)