We find inspirations in the super world created by mass media, and in this, what serves to create this world – MANIPULATION. In this series we’re showing the pictures' parts considered usually as ugly or unattractive.
WE POINTED OUT DISCARDED WORLD'S ELEMENTS BECAUSE BY THE CONTRADICTION WE CAN BETTER DEFINE THE "SUPER" WORLD'S ARTIFICIAL NATURE.
The series "Leftovers" exposes the audience to the detritus of the creative process, revealing the waste that is usually hidden from view: “leftovers from the artist’s workshop”.
We are interested in the parts that are hidden or removed as pictures are made. The series uses everything that would normally serve in the process of forming an image, but previously wasn’t itself included in the final presentation. We celebrate the parts that would normally be retouched. We observe closely the intermediate states of pictures that are not accessible to the viewer in the final piece. We are interested in both physical (e.g. cardboard, painter’s pallet) and digital leftovers (e.g. photo retouch, digital masks, editor’s post-production tips).