An object of Zhuravel means groups of suspended planes where a relief image of a sphere on
an axis (the basic totemic sign of Mykola Zhuravel) dominates. Exposition encompasses a part of the hill, building
up the direction in the form of broken vectors to the principal dominant of the static bas-relief plates. Colour is
of great importance here: white, flat, humanoid, contrasting with live blocks-groups of grovy downhills and relics
of the banks of an ancient settlement. This object is something 'outside everything' - Sanskrit 'vanam' - a base of
cast back self-consciousness and something that begins, some threat bearing new possibilities of irrational veneration.
This is the vast of land, temporarily given to a sign of presence of artistic mind, touching by its momentarily openness
and white-colour purity.