Russian street artist, Dudnikova Eugene, augments reality. Her origin code is a palette of paint along with her most recent software of choice would be a tree. In the edge of towns, in parks and woods, someone may stumble upon these augmentations and be amazed by these small static augments.
The tree graffiti is a subtle shift in a time when digital arenas are more common than real ones. They’re small and insignificant, and yes, we’re ironically seeing them now through an article on a website on a screen, but to imagine what it must have felt like to stand alone, surrounded by nature, placing claws to trees… it’s a refreshing sense Eugene Dudnikova has reminded us of.