Fire is a pyrotechnical expedition that investigates meanings of fire in cultural history, society and contemporary art.
To me, the fire is simultaneously an equipment, process and objective.

Fire is consciously designed as an ambiguous work. The mythology of fire is present in the photographs, but only in the background. The flames represent, above all, a means of exploring the psychology of fear in my own primitive reactions and the reactions of my audience – the experience of being suspended between being in control and losing it.
Fire offers a stage for strong emotions and mental states of negative pleasure. My works are a study on beauty and horror, and a sudden moment of irrevocable catastrophe.