We are pleased to announce we will be showing, Flow, 2017, by Mariia Ermolenko, during our international group exhibition at the Light House Media Centre 6-30 January 2020.
Mariia Ermolenko, Russia, Flow, 1-6, 2017
Six digital C-type prints on Kodak Endura paper
prints 20x30cm (11.81×7.87 inches) unmounted
£220.00 each to order via RPF
Mariia was born in St. Petersburg (Russia) in 1995.
She studied painting restoration. She studied painting with masters from the Academy of Arts. Now studying at the Academy of Documentary Photography.
Mariia is interested in exploring the themes of memory, time, the boundaries between sleep and reality, the themes of myths, as well as themes of ecology and the state of the environment. Lives and works in St. Petersburg.
In my project I research time.
Man is in perpetual search.
In Japanese philosophy, there is the concept of “Fueki Riuko”. This is about form of the eternal and continuous, which is associated with the current and instant.
These pictures were taken in different places that I visited.
During my travels, I take a very clear view of what is happening. And I do not want this to end.
Life is fragile, and our stay in it is fleeting as a journey.
My series is about the impression, about the moment, about life and death.
Flow, 1-6, 2017, copyright Mariia Ermolenko. All rights reserved.
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