Along the coast of the Sea of Azov giant inflatable trampolines occupy the sandy beaches. All privately owned, they are pushed to the sea line in attempt to survive the competition with bigger entertainment centres, dominating the cities. These inflatable giants are very representative of the capitalism itself: colourful and bright they are designed to allure and seduce, while remaining hollow and light in nature; they are fragile and unsubstantial at core. Photographed in the darkness they are taken out of the context of their original usage, becoming monstrous and even threatening despite their bright and candy-like seductive appearance.

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