Litvinov’s early works involved reassembling broken circuit boards, tube tv sets, video cassette players, answering machines and other electronic equipment and appliances. Litvinov still enjoys dismantling old VCRs and answering machines on occasion. Since he also had to pay rent while refining his sculpting technique, he studied the human body and became a physical therapist. He believes there is something very intimate in the human touch which cannot be replaced by any other sensory organ. As a physical therapist, he touches people every day. Every day he sculpts, his trained hand transfers a little bit of human shape to stone. Ultimately, the sculpted shapes may be reminiscent of a curve or a bump on your very well studied partner’s body. Another frequently encountered concept in Litvinov’s sculpture is metamorphosis of one object into another. He is interested in the transition and interface between different media, feelings, emotions, and their influence on one another. Sculpture is Litvinov’s way of active meditation. He surrenders himself completely to the creative process.