Save me on the cloud

“Save me on the cloud”, 115 x 92 cm, textile embroidery, 2020⁠
This work may have several readings. Here you can see an interpretation of the home office situation, a reflection on self-isolation and keeping a distance. But the image of equidistant human figures is not so unambiguous. Are all these characters freelancers and working in their own micro-spaces in one co-working place? Or maybe it’s a virtual space with user icons? They are all different, but still similar to each other. What unites them: a table, a chair, a /typewriter/laptop? Who are they by profession: designers, programmers, managers, journalists? This collective portrait of modern residents of any metropolis draws attention to the theme of the boundaries that everyone independently establishes between themselves and the community of their own.