Inciting Force cycle:
Vicious Circle (2021)
Parallel Dimensions (2021)
On the Other Side (2021)
Merging With the Shadow (2021)
Return of Lilith. Winter Solstice (2020)
Return of Lilith (2016 — 2021)
Doppelgangers (2020)
Open Conversation (2010 — 2020)
Reflections (2019)
The More Are See (2018)
Hymn to the Sun. Constitution (2017)
Dust (2012)
Presence (2011 — 2017)
Ambivalent (2010)

Inciting Force (first show) (2012)
Destroyed Piano (2015)
Traffic Papers (2014 — 2018)
The Moon Shines Like Brass (2018 — 2019)
A series of photographs:
To Be at Sword’s Points (2016 — 2019)
Not Alain Delon (2016 — 2018)
Inciting Force (since 2010 )
HEroic (2016)
A Double Self-Portrait (2015)


Print on glass, video projection

At the heart of the work are two antagonistic Belarusian flags. The official flag of the Belarusian government is red-green and the white-red-white flag, banned since 2020. It's the opposition flag, with which the Belarusian people go out to peaceful protests.
Since 2020 any use of protest flag symbols can be subject to fines or penalties of imprisonment and detention.

The exact dates and times of the official approval of both flags in different years are known (1918 / 1995). The artist took a symbolic image of a sky map at the time of the flags approval.
Using a light beam, the graphic image on the glass blends into a complex unified shadow creating a general field. The artist is interested in the themes of illusory reality, layering of different segments of history, non-linearity of temporal space. It's when one reality and history coming into conflict and dialogue with another is distorted and layered. And it becomes a shadow zone.

In the video projection, the artist walks along a forest road, gradually moving farther and farther into the forest. But the observer camera does not let the figure out of its field of view, bringing the receding figure closer each time. The camera doesn't let it out keeping it under observation, in focus until the figure is completely blurred and turns into a digital pixel field.
Fragment from the project “ When forms become attitudes”,
gallery Krynki, Poland,