Without a Point B
In my "Without a Point B" series (2011-2013), I deal with the idea of movement as a constant and with constituting of landscape through the process of motion, as well as with the experience of space and the state of mind inevitably resulting from that and always subjected to change as the fundamental way of the essence of the nature.
Travels create various links between the man and the space, but also a process of identification with the self. Constant changing of position always results in new perspectives. I understand travel as a synonym for freedom and the permanent quest of an individual to answer some of the eternal questions, even not expecting them to be answered, thus making travel both absurd and meaningful. The lack of the real target, that is, the "point B", often makes these travels an end in themselves and focused to the idea that the aim is the travel itself.