Digital print, banner, 350x300 cm
The project refers to the relationship of being visible and being under observation, where the viewer and the artwork swap the roles of the observer and the onlooker. The printed banners were stretched under the ceiling of the gallery, guiding the viewer through the building. The project was held during Museum Night in Warsaw. 

Later he project was exhibited in Belovezhskaya Pushcha on the border with Belarus as a site-specific installation, referring to the dire situation in the border area, including pushbacks and violations of people's rights by the authorities, which the ancient forest witnesses on a daily basis. From the official Belarusian website of the reserve: “Belovezhskaya Pushcha is one of the largest forest massifs in the plains of Europe, which has been saved to the present day in a relatively undisturbed state”.

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