Waiting for the next bus that wouldn't come
Waiting for the next bus that wouldn't come
Waiting for the next bus that wouldn't come
Waiting for the next bus that wouldn't come

Waiting for the next bus that wouldn’t come

This artwork is a part of the “Lost in time” project, which is my attempt to capture the vague state of the world and uncertainty about the future with a visual medium. It is at your fingertips when you are living in the epicenter of something unstable.
I born in the USSR – a country that is no longer exists. And grew up in an independent Ukraine. At the moment of the disintegration of the USSR, I was 7. For a boy my age, it was unnoticed that one country had gone forever, and something had changed. Here, in Ukraine, many things around remind me of a past time that has gone by. Abandoned buildings that have lost their purpose – symbols of a bygone era. Disconcerted people that lost their faith. Lost in time. There is no clear vision of what comes next.

 


Medium: Acrylic, Mixed media on canvas


Size: 90x70cm


Year: 2020


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