An abandoned glove is like an unexpected art object, readymade. As a portal to a world without people, an idea of loneliness and transience.
The first photograph of dead gloves was taken on the first day of isolation in Georgia. Responsible and timid people disappeared from the streets. There was a silence of the apocalypse. Only gloves remind us that people are alive and recently passed here.
The last photo was taken at the CCA-T. The gloves were not dead; they helped make beds and grow new sprouts. They were the liveliest gloves in the world. On this day, June 1, all social restrictions were removed. Gloves told a fairy tale with a good ending of Covid world.