Wandering Stars, of Anna Yeroshenko
Today, more than ever, we are disconnected from home and those who matter most, apart from the landscapes with which we share the deepest connections. As citizens of the world uprooted and replanted at any time. There is a contemporary sense of nostalgia is palpable and is based on the absence of what can only be created with time and family history.
As a photographer I started to capture images that most embody many of the emotions I feel about this issue. I, like many people, wandering through the landscape. I'm looking for a comfortable place, both within myself and the place I call home.
Anna Yeroshenko is a Russian photographer based in Boston, Massachusetts. His interest in the alternative photographic processes brought to the US, where he studied photography with Christopher James at Lesley University College of Art and Design (former Art Institute of Boston).
Working primarily with the process of platinum / palladium, it has been interested not only in the domain of their printing skills, but also research ways to use the historical process in contemporary art practice. In his own work, a photograph is an object in which their material qualities often become a part of the image and play an important role in the concept of the work.
Anna received her master's degree in photography in 2015 and began working as an assistant print in the Renaissance Press, which continues to deepen their knowledge about the various photographic processes under the direction of Paul Taylor.
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