The work represented in this application is part of the Nostalgia portfolio, an ongoing body of work that I began in 2008. The pieces are miniature sets constructed out of paper and then photographed. The work is printed as lambda prints sized at around 24 x 32 inches. The project is a reflection on the topic of exile, home, and developing a relationship with one’s past and belonging. I am contemplating a number of metaphorical connections to concurrent political events in my homeland of Russia and the country’s uneasy relationship with its own past.
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