The project «Interferences» consists of a series of picturesque canvases and ceramic objects, taken out from photographs of various locations, supplemented with quite surreal details. With this combination of reality and fiction, artificial and real, I observe habitual locations in my works. Their plots are parallel and at the same time symmetrical to everyday reality. In each story, some interferences creep in, connecting reality with something that mimics it. The presence of these details casts doubt on the objectivity of the grasping photographic view. I also transfer things from paintings to the physical environment using ceramic medium so they become tangible. As the interferences are torn out of the pictorial space, they materialize and acquire a certain kind of independence. They undergo a process of contextual reincarnation, and then they finally become the epitome of human experience that exist regardless of the viewer’s perception. They do not just crystallize into physical objects, but also become things-about-themselves.