Lens, metal, fabric, video, photographs

This work describes the relationship between two people. One of these people is me.
Every day what is happening in my apartment is recorded on a video surveillance camera.
Looking through the recordings, I save the moments as images. Relationships that are unique for two remind me of scenes from television programs, movies, TV shows, and fragments of literary works I had already seen.
So a demonstration of the two people's connection in a single apartment becomes an investigation of everyday rituals.
Following the observation, I reconstruct saved scenes in the studio. So I become the object and subject of observation, the fiction merges with the experienced, and the false experience is perceived as real and vice versa.
The emerging disconnection within the framework of the own relationships calls into question the uniqueness of personal experience and an adequate assessment of personal emotional injuries.