In her “Geometrical” series Alëna Olasyuk reflects on the nature of movement and perpetual interchange which antecedes to any qualitative rebirth/renewal. The process takes place around and takes its strength from the Eternal Black. The artist, Buddhist herself, believes deeply in the polyvalent meaning of this color/absence of color. As well as in black Tibetian thangkas, the black of her ink drawings signifies the primordial darkness, the great potentiality, as well as the greatest possible nothingness. She savors the textures of Chinese ink and searches for possibilities to create her personal perfect Blackness. Kandinsky was persuaded that black is in itself “the silence in the end of a musical oeuvre”, Alëna suggests that it lays also in the beginning of a new symphony.