"Autumn Forest" is a project about the universality of the landscape as an all-encompassing space in which humans exist, as well as the author’s adaptation process to a new place of residence. The series is a documentation of physical interventions into the Bay Area landscape by positioning the panel installations with mounted photo wallpapers.
These wallpapers were mass-produced in the Soviet Union in the 1980s and were significant for the decade of the 80s in which Oleg was born. The sights and composition were accurately selected so they could merge with the image on the panel. The title of the work refers back to the cliche titles of such wallpaper packs such as “Lakeside view”, “Golden Autumn” or the ”In the Caucasus mountains”.