“We come from a dark abyss, we end in a dark abyss, and we call the luminous interval life”
Georgia Georgia is an experimental collaboration between Russian photographer Yanina Shevchenko and Canadian photographer-researcher Kyler Zeleny.
Seduction of objects and flowers. The object and representation of the apple, sin is all around us. An adaptation of the fall in our everyday.
While talking in my sleep, I mumbled “no problem”.
I survived a serious car accident in 2013. I was close to death, and reality – one that I had been adapting to with difficulty – slipped through my fingers.
The paint is falling off the walls; the old epochal cars are disassembled, and disoriented dogs are walking like ghosts through the dirty snow.
I am the earth./That doesn’t move./I am the earth./A fleshy stone./I inflict myself the decoration of this empty room./There’s dust in every corner.
Animals burrow holes, people dig pits. Animals hide in the holes, people despise norms and fall into their pits. Animals get outside, into familiar world.
For the past four years I have been taking photographing the underground punk scene in the cities of Montreal, Ottawa and Toronto.
SOMNIUM: The Great Escape visually explores the concept of the unconscious mind, within my own personal experiences.
Turmalin is a gemstone who‘s characteristic is it‘s trigonal crystal structure and diverse range of colors.
Boju-Boju explores the concepts of identity, perception, duality and the multifaceted layers of human reality.
Nádia Rodrigues Ribeiro presents a series of photographic proofs that document the slow but inexorable degradation of a flower bouquet.