In a series of still lifes I aim to give daily items, met with the space of a white set table, meanings pertaining both to the widely understood sphere of the sacred, and the intense experiencing of everyday. Simultaneously I aim to avoid any ideological messages, leaving the meanings open to interpretation.From the technical point, the photographs are presented in significant sizes (ca. 70 by 100 cm), framed in passe-partout, and wood - in total, about 85 by 115 cm. This format enables observing the pictured reality in a scale close to 1:1, which is important for my aspiration to a mimetic portrayal. Bogdan Konopka wrote about those works in the text entitled "Still life enlivened" included in the catalogue accompanying the exhibition : "...Although usually there are no dishes on the table, there is an unsettling, unknown, and unclear mystery, happening in front of our eyes. Sometimes, you get the impression, that it is not the table, not the memento of the last supper with a stained tablecloth; but a deathbed after the last rites, with an unneeded shroud, from which both the body, and the spirit, have vanished, not leaving any significant traces..."