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When the Trees Were Big. Photo-Reconstruction of Personal Memories and Archives.

Student: Nadezhda Klimenkova

Supervisor: Tatiana Rivchun

Faculty: Faculty of Communications, Media, and Design

Educational Programme: Design (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2021

RESEARCH CONCEPT The purpose of my research is to show the value of archival images, as well as to identify modern methods of working with this type of material. According to the well-established opinion about archival photography in the form of exclusively old images and their storage, I will try to immerse myself in a fairly large world of a different visual language. This language is able not only to preserve history as such, but also to portray it in an attractive modern format, as well as to encourage people to treat it with even greater awe and respect. The works of artists, their interpretation of archival photography and the unique uses of images as art objects can truly change the attitude of the ordinary man in the street to this type of art.

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