The author points out that if there is something that gives her hope for the future and something that can save the world and humanity is tenderness. That is why she wanted to create an object that could remind people of tenderness, beauty, and calmness. For her, nature consists of all of these three elements – her cycle and immutability, regardless of what is happening in the human world.

The light that is part of nature, something necessary for life; but also a playful light, changeable depending on the time of day and year – a light that surprises and amazes us when it is suddenly seen in a dark room or on the wall of a building.



Julia Skrzinska – born in 1999. in Krakow, Poland; graduate of the Fifth Gymnasium of August Witkowski in Krakow. She is currently a third-year scenography student at the Jan Matejko Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow and she is currently working on an Erasmus exchange program at the Faculty of Applied Arts in Belgrade. She has always been fascinated by old photographs and the stories that hide behind them so that naturally the themes of memory, childhood, and the past are present in her work of art. She works mainly with oil paint, watercolor, gouache, pencil, ink, charcoal, and collage technique.