Through Post-Soviet Russia, Irina Yulieva Looks for Answers
Who: Irina Yulieva
Where she was born: Leningrad, USSR
Where she lives now: Saint Petersburg, Russia
What she does: Photography
How it all began:
When I was 12 years old, I found an old camera in our house
How she captures ideas:
I am catching familiar forms, situations, emotions, feelings.
If she were a sound:
She believes in:
The fact that everything is possible, and of course in love.
If she could see a social disruption:
I live in a country in which social disruptions are happening every day…
Something she needs to change:
More to work, I am very lazy
Someone great she’s read:
Someone making interesting art today:
I like JR works.
Favorite photograph by her most admired photographer:
Sally Mann’s daughter smoking [Candy Cigarette].
Why she takes photos:
I have a lot of questions that I am trying to find answers.
Where she finds peace:
In my famiy.
Irina’s WILD Wish:
To find “myself.”
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