As an individual, you are placed in this world without a choice; without a choice of place, time, even your name, which is paradoxically the only thing left of you.
I try to replicate this act by placing a person into an unknown environment of the abandoned building for a certain time. Then I observe how an individual left to himself merge with space only by his intuition.
The abandoned industrial buildings are symbolically meaningful, with reference to the industrial revolution, which led to the world's pre–technologicalization and the estrangement from each other.
What remains is the skeleton, the dilapidated structure. The disintegration process seems unnoticeable for decades, but with more intense contact with the disappearing building, there is a sudden realization of reality.
When a person finds himself excited, he experiences a specific feeling. In discovering the place, culminating the awareness of its finality and the consequent sense of anxiety, worrying about his own existence, he omits the loneliness in the moment of death.
Just as I disturb the eternal peace of these buildings with a certain person, I want my photo to disturb the perception of the viewer. The viewer slows down, freeze for a moment and possibly sees something more than just light captured in space and time.