Gradual Loss of Vision

drawings and notes (pen on paper), 42x29,7 cm each (6 in the series)

c-prints on photopaper, 65x90 cm each (5 in the series)

2017

A theme of self-proclaimed republics in Ukraine disappeared from world media when the conflict there relatively calm down. Literally these territories and a situation around them became out of focus. This case is not a unique. On the former USSR area similar change happened with Crimea, Abhazia, South Osetia, Nagorno-Karabakh and Transnistria and there are many similar situations in the rest of the world. Gradual Loss of Vision includes a number of out-of-focus images with geographical maps of such territories combined with a series of schemes and notes explaining such meanings as field of vision, peripheral vision changes, eye exercises etc. 


      

    
"Eye Exercises" / "Peripheral Vision Changes Caused by Glaucoma" / "Forward ischemic neuropathy" / "The ring of roads around the city of Donetsk" (from the "Gradual Loss of Vision", 2017)



"Gradual Loss of Vision" (gallery Labirynt, Lublin, 2017)