«Russia Every Day (RED)» is a collection of 30 photographs captured during my time in Georgia. Georgia with its intricate history intertwined with Russia, was the first place I went after rapidly leaving Russia.
My approach to this project was simple: I would snap a photograph whenever I encountered something that stirred deep emotions and a strong connection to Russia. Each image encapsulates an association or metaphor that reflects my personal experience of sudden migration.
Through this creative endeavor, I sought to externalize my inner turmoil and anxiety, allowing me to confront and potentially heal from them. Moreover, I aimed to embrace vulnerability by sharing these intricate processes through my social media channels. Over the span of 30 days, I crafted a piece of this collection daily and shared them as Instagram stories.
To see the work click on the image above. ^