ecce homo
Project info

Everyday situations composed into abstract forms of faceless bodies, striped of clothes or any other display of status or belonging to certain social class, in naked, most natural and vulnerable version of human existence.
Ecce homo explores the mass behaviour, the moment when individual loses personal space and part of ones own identity. The sense of morality, acceptance and empathy decreases when people in the crowd lose their faces and other social characteristics which feed our compassion. Actions become more intuitive and animalistic, something what we consider inhuman but is actually most natural to our kind.