Lady Cube


The works you see before you are on the one hand a kind of experiment, a desire to see and find out whether it is possible to make friendship between photography and three-dimensional objects-heroes that seem to have just come from the paintings of Kazimir Malevich. 

On the other hand — we, as creators, wanted to excite the viewer, to make him look into the image, to examine it in order to understand what is real and what is not, or perhaps everything is an illusion… 

And, of course, the project we created is an homage to Kazimir Malevich, his incredible freedom in creativity and multilayeredness. 

It’s as if we took his geometry out of the canvas into the real world and made it pseudo-volumetric. Pseudo, because 3D volume is also an illusion. 

At the end we would like to quote one of the artist’s phrases: “It is always demanded that art be understood, but it is never demanded that you adapt your head to understanding”