360° animation, 2021.
Jean Baudrillard begins his famous work “The simulacrum is never that which conceals the truth — it is the truth which conceals that there is none. The simulacrum is true.” Continuing to describe the ancient empire that, as his territory expanded, created a map that was so precise in scale and detail that eventually, the map itself became an empire. In the same way, non-existent virtual spaces featuring animations problematize the blurry intersection of reality and fantasy, conscious and subconscious, and material reality and new cyber reality that has occupied collective and individual perception since the end of the last century. The work deals with the question of the boundary of the “true” space and the individual’s interpretation of it, stimulated by pictographic stimuli.