In “Forest Berries,” we see how Alexander Bobkin’s unique play with spatial usage comes to fruition. The shape of the unusually elongated format serves the bigger picture. Climbing up trees, we see a figure, presumably picking fruits. The peaks of the tree reach far into the sky, and it’s precisely that extra length that adds an additional dimension here. The insignificance of our character in the grand scheme of things. He may be able to reach for the peaks, but he will never attain them.