In the conceptual project Lost&Found, set in the 1950’s, the artist is dealing with the internal worlds of the subject – a girl who has found herself in the environments the scene of which alludes to the state of being lost in space and time, where she is faced with various traps on her path to the unknown, and in that mosaic of unknown things she grows up, inexorably and prematurely. Commonplaces and symbols are the starting point for a complex dramaturgical superstructure; the artist uses visual experiences and a part of the methods of the surrealism in art – juxtaposition.