Bonsai is the Japanese art of growing an exact replica of a real tree in miniature. The root system of the tree is limited by the size of the pot, causing the trunk and crown to form in a certain way based on the conditions created.
This work is an attempt to think about how the components of human essence (physical and spiritual) interact with the outside world, in what relationships and dependencies consist.
As in public life there are rights and responsibilities, so in biological and physical, there are opportunities and consequences.
The first part of the triptych asks questions about the factors of influence on the development of the physical. The human body is variously but, in one way or another, limited by time, dependent on climatic, environmental and other conditions, is influenced by the laws of physics, and has the maximum the endurance limit of certain loads. All this forms its apparent external and metaphorical essence, as if it is to place in some limited space of its existence.