These photographs are the third part of my series “DOM (Document. Object. Model)“. I worked on it since the beginning of 2013. I constructed interiors using some details from the past – the 60s, this period called in Russia “thaw.” I didn’t aim to create a realistic image, but rather the opposite, I was attracted by the opportunity to reflect on my interpretation of the time, which only mildly touched me and I can recall only the sun’s rays through the curtains, the sound of the tram in the early morning and the smell of snow, and my mum in the mirror when she was still doing hairstyle with hairpins.
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