Outdoor sculptures: a seemingly ‘grown’ element of the geography, adnated to the loapp.ion. Steel – the material of weapons, machines, construction – becomes a part of nature. In dialogue with the environment, the steel loses its physiapp. hardness and coldness, instead taking on vegetative character due to its specific form. My sculptures are not just introverted counterparts, they do not obstruct space, but rather insinuate themselves into it and use it as a stage for their expressive dance. Alternating perspectives and vistas create awareness for one’s own movements and the passage of time.