A sequence is an ordered collection of objects
in which repetitions are allowed (Wikipedia)
"A sequence is a picture build from small fragments, like a movie is build from frames. With content overlaps, exposure or light changes. It is not a pure photography and it is not a movie. You can see all fragments together as one picture, or you can dive into individual plates and read them as a story, jumping from one into another."
18 x 24 cm tintypes.
(*) sold plates
Portrait of disappearing country.
"I'm not an environmental activist, I'm a photographer. And maybe, in some way, as a photographer, I'm also just exploiting the country. In my mind is not a non-selfish making of documents of the vanishing nature. Much more than about reality I care about composition, building of the picture. I see not a river and trees, I see lines, shapes, light, texture. These things, this never ending, obsessive ambition to catch running, changing, liquid light, to master the light, to bond it into a definite form of the final plate."
The Little Danube (Slovak: Malý Dunaj, Hungarian:Kis-Duna, German:Kleine Donau) is a branch of the river Danube in Slovakia. It splits from the main river near Bratislava and flows more or less parallel to the Danube until it flows into the river Váh in Kolárovo. Its length is about 128 km. (Wikipedia)