In some 24 photographs in the gallery spaces, young, mostly male people can be seen trampolining, skateboarding, bouldering, stretching and expanding. Photographed in close-up and with backgrounds that are difficult to define, it is often impossible to determine whether the sitters are lying, standing, or falling. However, a tension can be discerned in their bodies. Aesthetic references to the world of glossy, fashion photography and Technicolor-era color in film date back to his early childhood. Growing up in the 1980s in Georgia, which had still been part of the Soviet Union, his access to these aesthetics was very limited. His father, however, was the coach of the national gymnastics team and therefore traveled to many countries. Traveling was a great privilege in those days. From global tournaments, the father brought back brochures, magazines and sometimes films that would open the world of Meshki. In this way, as a boy he gained insight into other points of view.