The painting "Inverted Dream" (2023) depicts shapes of various color placed on top of a black background. The work was created through one of Fedor's erasure techniques where in a search for aesthetic unity he decides to overlay black paint onto a base of colorful abstract shapes. He adds so much black paint until what is left are only vague remnants of the original painting. That said, the final product is a harmonious interplay of fragments of paint seeming to slowly float in space producing a calming effect for the viewer.
To quote Sophia [Yoo], the painting reminds us of what we see when we close our eyes — shapes and spots of light in the darkness that may or may not be real. This experience inspires the viewer to return to a more naive way of seeing.