I reside in two places. One is the good old real world, the second is a virtual space that looks forward. The future depends on technology and aims at functionality. The past relies upon beliefs and deals with unfathomable deities. I explore the collision between these extremes: handicraft and robotization, superstition and knowledge, fantasy and sci-fi. This is where the multicultural form of a mask hits the spot. It unites realms of mind and spirit and becomes a universal canvas for forms, elements, ideas and contexts from different times and spheres.