Once something is over, the process of forgetting begins. The gaps are filled with various constructions. This is why I selected deep relief. It is also something that has never “departed from” a two-dimensional space to become something completely three-dimensional – it always remains levitating on that surface, mild and requiring the spectator to engage in interaction, so that it could become prominent and communicate the information that it contains. In these artworks I presented the content important to me, which defies oblivion: on the one hand, autobiographical landscapes which allude to closeness (which is so questionable nowadays) and, on the other hand, discovered photographs whose archive potential complements that questionability. I chose some of those photos to transpose their outlines to the deep relief itself.