Matas Dūda talks a simple everyday language in his creative works, however it is not banal. His black and white imprints reminds of an artist’s dairy, which is written a living, easy going, but well legible handwriting, without any flourishes of calligraphy, with comments in margins and underlining in rare places. It is written under effect of inspiration about the things that are most important at the moment, although not what is important and what we should care about universally. The pictures of Matas are in a distance from public pother – that is how the pure art should be like actually. Black cavities of imprints – as if dark holes of time, vacuums protected from the real world – authentic, not invented artificially for delighting the viewer’s eye.