What if I tell you a sheet of paper is a moon? A face? A spoon?
A vase? What if I tell you a sheet of paper is happy? Scared? Sad? Or even Dead?

"Paper book" is a photography book, where I make visual research about connotations and contextualization of such a widely everyday used object as a sheet of paper.

The book is divided into three sections: denotation, connotation, and contextualization. Denotation is presented
by the object itself. Connotations and contextualizations are represented by a large number of photographic examples.

Moreover, binding with book screws is made on purpose: the book can be easily disassembled by the viewer into separate cards. This not only creates a new level of connotations, but also allows the viewers to work and practice with those pages themselves, creating endless chains of possible connotations and contextualization.