Archetype Nonsense: Dis/connect
I believe that fiction is so deeply embedded in our reality, that it is inseparable from our documentary narratives. This project presents questions about the way fantasy creeps into our everyday life, our need to “consume” fiction and how we embrace it or use it to disconnect from our reality in the digital era that we are facing today.
This project was created as part of my work for the publication Dis/connect. Dis/connect is a photographic independent magazine created by Anya Sandul, Tamuna Chkareuli, Rachel Gover and myself. It deals with the emotions that result from the political and environmental atmosphere of our time, speaking to a young individual who faces disconnection in the globalized society of our present.
The magazine can be seen in full here (all rights reserved):