Series of digital photographs, 2007
There seems to be a landscape engraved in each of us providing an emotional sense of home. The forest that has been my early playground represents my nature home. I had left this landscape for over twenty years, had experienced dry and sunny, cold and dark countries. One winter day, rather unwillingly, I returned to the family house by the forest and found somehow comfort in the woods. Early spring is a moment when winter bleakness is finally dotted with new life, with fresh hope. The wood anemones are the very first flowers to announce change, a new beginning. In this series, my unprotected and intimate body becomes part of this regenerating universe.