I left home on June 12, 2005 and no longer stayed in it for more than three months in a year. My old childhood carpet remained at home in Crimea: it remembers vows and tears, examining its pattern, when I couldn’t sleep, but you were forced to, fantastic journeys to distant lands, a painful search for a way out of the labyrinths of its weaves during colds. It was my «friend» and a witness, the only thing preserved from childhood. Life in two cities in two different countries simultaneously: Saudi Arabia and Crimea, pushed me to create a single carpet-landscape. An invisible city, like a carpet woven from details and landscapes of two different places, allows me to move in time and space without borders and frames.

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