15 paintings (different formats; paper, carton; acrylic, tempera), 16 photographs (different formats, BW, analogue), text. 
In this triptych I (under a romantic notion about art as universal language) tried to explore specificity and functionality of media within a transmitted message. First medium which was chosen was abstract painting, the most physical (according to the contact between the author and the piece during creation) and the most spiritual principle, which should be in theory the most communicative. Second medium was analogue photography. The language is still an image, although it's coded. Captured still lifes (things and their compositions) work on principle of associations. The content and its reading individualizes. Finally the third - text - is the most descriptive and straight though, in the same time it's losing the biggest amount of content.