The photographs from the series “Rodina” (the russian word for home), which are presented in the gallery, are reflecting on home. What does home mean? Is it a geographically tangible territory, a feeling or longing, or the want for staying and belonging? Maybe it can also mean, as Edgar Reitz says, home is always something lost.
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