On Kosmonavtov Avenue, in endless traffic flow, people go to work and personal errands in the morning and back in the evening. The city, which surrounds the avenue, becomes the backdrop for these flows. One of the elements of this background is the construction grid that appears now and then in the urban space. It hides the ruins, or highlights the buildings waiting to be repaired.
The grid with the printed pattern of houses looks like a decoration of a better life, which will never come. It is a constant attribute of the urban landscape, blurring the image of the city. We no longer wonder what lies behind it? How many such gaps are there on the city map? Often, as we drive down the avenue, we also fall into this trap, not noticing the people and what's going on around us.