In 2012 he creates his first parametric adhesive tape constructs with light and shadow effects.
Abstract Installation “Move”, 2012. 60x600x60 cm, duct tape, wall
Untitled, Installation, 2012. 100x180x80, Duct tape, Elevator
In 2013 Ostap discovers the use of the stencil principle to produce “stained glass window” art from packaging tape on glass or lightboxes.
FAQlove (Diptych), 2013, Packing tape, hinged window lightbox, 55×70 and 50×70 cm
He continues his spatial experiments with adhesive tape.
Portable Tornado, 2014, Klebeband, Sprühfarbe, 450x250x150 cm
Portable Tornado (Bild 02)
2015. When experimenting with adhesive tape and the working principle of a monochrome screen, he opens up new optical effects.
JFK Portrait, 2015, (Facade of the JFK-Arcotel Berlin), white GAFFA adhesive tape, window
JFK Portrait, GAFFA-tape street art, Commission
STENCIL & SPRAY ART
Ostap prefers the stencil technique because, as an ancestor of printing, it is one of the oldest methods of image transmission and reflects the international language of pop culture. In an urban environment, this fast and reusable method of image transmission resembles a magical, ritual action.
Loving art (Series), 2013-2018, Stencil, Spray paint
Loving Street Art (Series), 2018, Stencil, Spray paint
Like many of his artist colleagues, he plays with the cult symbols and characters of pop cultures: East-West; Male-Female; Cucumber-Banana (Andy Warhol); Cheburashka — Mickey Mouse, Rat…