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The cycle of digital prints Satelite came into being in years 2002 / 2003 and it makes eight diptychs
altogether. Each diptych is an original satellite picture, which is downloaded from internet and next a sort of
"home-made" and on purpose naive imitation of this original. In the first plan are perceived two similar
shots side by side, then are step by step decoded the differences and the clear and straight play with the
reality: The Statue of Liberty made from children's dice, Alaska from raw meat and sewings, Aetna from fun
fur and cotton-wool etc.
Macroworld and microworld are interfering, the picture photographed from a satellite and a photo made at
home in the kitchen, entail an apparently equivalent information.
With some loveliness and slushy joke, which are seconded by the way and form, how were the homemade
satellite constructed, are some tension and uncertainty appearing. The naive play with the perfect
technology evokes doubts about the authenticity of our interpretation of informations, which we receive
form media. What is the fact and what is the fiction? Where are the limits of truth and at the same time the
limits of toleration of her rational perception?