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The project is a self-reflection on the military conflict between Russia and Ukraine. The artwork is a scream and denial of belief in the tragedy that happened in Bucha. The artwork consists of multiple printed posters hanging very close to each other. The repetitive pattern and blooded red color creates the illusion of praying in a moment of suffocative fear. The transparency of the material is the metaphorical meaning of the vulnerability of the human skin and the circulation of blood under it.  

The installation displayed collected prints with the repetitive statement printed on recycled nude-colored leather that is hung close to each other, creating a sense of intimacy and emotional impact on the viewer. The vibration of color ranges from multiple reds to tones of black, reinforcing the emotional impact of being overwhelmedness and exhausted.

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