The darkness is deceptive. We perceive it as a threat. We need something that would
remind us of what we have seen in the past. We are afraid not of the darkness, but what it
hides in itself. Even if the darkness is completely empty, the human imagination will fill it up
with its fantasies.
I am, like many others, scared of the darkness. Most of all this feeling comes over me in
the city parks. In my project, I have explored this feeling. Every day I went out with the
camera on night walks and analyzed my own condition by affirmation of fear at the time
of its occurrence. At this point, I pressed the camera shutter thereby freezing that state in
time. Looking through the pictures, I selected those where my feeling was the most striking.
The result was an inseparable link between my photographs and those images that my
imagination had built up while shooting. Then I realized that the series ended and my fear
was analyzed in detail and documented.