In my installations, in addition to artistic ceramics and glass, I use actual materials from interventions, recreated events for training, intervention equipment that is no longer operational, and has already experienced a lot of horrors and has helped to carry out the work of emergency services. Due to their history of events, the materials themselves or scraps give a powerful story, which is accompanied by the smell of smoke. In this way, the viewer enters the so-called danger zone, in which he or she is confronted with stressful situations, which, based on his or her own experience, fears, ideas, emotions, experiences or relives individual events. My installations confront the viewer with the reconstruction of events, with whom the emergency services are daily faced. They are reminding us how short life is and at the same time emphasize the unimportance of material needs. “Help!” is the strongest exclamation of people in distress to emergency services, which do not condition their help based on financial status, skin color, political party, or god to whom they pray for help. The people of the rescue services do not perceive themselves as heroes, but only as ordinary mortals who unconditionally help others, and in return, they don't expect nothing back, just the smallest gratitude in two simple words: "Thank you!"