Typical Russian lunch.
According to the photographer, this work is about a society that buys apartments “in anthills, burdening itself with a mortgage for half a life.” “Both the panels and the carpets are typical, like the photos on their background, so we decided to depict a typical square meter, but at the height and on the wall of the building,” Arseny.
The pictures were taken in an abandoned five-story building on the outskirts of Samara. In one of the apartments they made holes in the walls, and then they put corners-brackets there, on which they put the boards. Arseny went up and went down himself – all with insurance.