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Anastasia Shpilko

A training hall in the Visaginas Acrobatic sport school, Lithuania.

Course: MA Photojournalism, University of Westminster

Between the Black and White Clouds was shot in two towns lying on either side of the Belarusian-Lithuanian border, which separates "the last dictatorship in Europe" from the European Union. Featuring no captions, the project invites the viewer to guess what state is shown on each photograph. It explores the traces which the common legacy has left on both urban infrastructure and mentality of the two countries, but also questions the ability of photography to represent the political. The project was nominated for the Metro Imaging One Year Mentorship Prize and exhibited within Photobook Show at the Brighton Photo Biennial 2012.

www.anastasiashpilko.com


Asya, young Lithuanian, in her apartment in Visaginas.

Course: MA Photojournalism, University of Westminster

Between the Black and White Clouds was shot in two towns lying on either side of the Belarusian-Lithuanian border, which separates "the last dictatorship in Europe" from the European Union. Featuring no captions, the project invites the viewer to guess what state is shown on each photograph. It explores the traces which the common legacy has left on both urban infrastructure and mentality of the two countries, but also questions the ability of photography to represent the political. The project was nominated for the Metro Imaging One Year Mentorship Prize and exhibited within Photobook Show at the Brighton Photo Biennial 2012.

www.anastasiashpilko.com


The Palace of Culture in Lida, Belarus.

Course: MA Photojournalism, University of Westminster

Between the Black and White Clouds was shot in two towns lying on either side of the Belarusian-Lithuanian border, which separates "the last dictatorship in Europe" from the European Union. Featuring no captions, the project invites the viewer to guess what state is shown on each photograph. It explores the traces which the common legacy has left on both urban infrastructure and mentality of the two countries, but also questions the ability of photography to represent the political. The project was nominated for the Metro Imaging One Year Mentorship Prize and exhibited within Photobook Show at the Brighton Photo Biennial 2012.

www.anastasiashpilko.com


Arina, tumbler, rests during her training in the Visaginas Acrobatic sport school, Lithuania.

Course: MA Photojournalism, University of Westminster

Between the Black and White Clouds was shot in two towns lying on either side of the Belarusian-Lithuanian border, which separates "the last dictatorship in Europe" from the European Union. Featuring no captions, the project invites the viewer to guess what state is shown on each photograph. It explores the traces which the common legacy has left on both urban infrastructure and mentality of the two countries, but also questions the ability of photography to represent the political. The project was nominated for the Metro Imaging One Year Mentorship Prize and exhibited within Photobook Show at the Brighton Photo Biennial 2012.

www.anastasiashpilko.com


A child at the high-school graduation ceremony in Lida, Belarus.

Course: MA Photojournalism, University of Westminster

Between the Black and White Clouds was shot in two towns lying on either side of the Belarusian-Lithuanian border, which separates "the last dictatorship in Europe" from the European Union. Featuring no captions, the project invites the viewer to guess what state is shown on each photograph. It explores the traces which the common legacy has left on both urban infrastructure and mentality of the two countries, but also questions the ability of photography to represent the political. The project was nominated for the Metro Imaging One Year Mentorship Prize and exhibited within Photobook Show at the Brighton Photo Biennial 2012.

www.anastasiashpilko.com


A school corridor in Visaginas, Lithuania.

Course: MA Photojournalism, University of Westminster

Between the Black and White Clouds was shot in two towns lying on either side of the Belarusian-Lithuanian border, which separates "the last dictatorship in Europe" from the European Union. Featuring no captions, the project invites the viewer to guess what state is shown on each photograph. It explores the traces which the common legacy has left on both urban infrastructure and mentality of the two countries, but also questions the ability of photography to represent the political. The project was nominated for the Metro Imaging One Year Mentorship Prize and exhibited within Photobook Show at the Brighton Photo Biennial 2012.

www.anastasiashpilko.com


Anya, young artist, in her studio in Lida, Belarus.

Course: MA Photojournalism, University of Westminster

Between the Black and White Clouds was shot in two towns lying on either side of the Belarusian-Lithuanian border, which separates "the last dictatorship in Europe" from the European Union. Featuring no captions, the project invites the viewer to guess what state is shown on each photograph. It explores the traces which the common legacy has left on both urban infrastructure and mentality of the two countries, but also questions the ability of photography to represent the political. The project was nominated for the Metro Imaging One Year Mentorship Prize and exhibited within Photobook Show at the Brighton Photo Biennial 2012.

www.anastasiashpilko.com


Natasha, worker at the collective farm near Lida, Belarus.

Course: MA Photojournalism, University of Westminster

Between the Black and White Clouds was shot in two towns lying on either side of the Belarusian-Lithuanian border, which separates "the last dictatorship in Europe" from the European Union. Featuring no captions, the project invites the viewer to guess what state is shown on each photograph. It explores the traces which the common legacy has left on both urban infrastructure and mentality of the two countries, but also questions the ability of photography to represent the political. The project was nominated for the Metro Imaging One Year Mentorship Prize and exhibited within Photobook Show at the Brighton Photo Biennial 2012.

www.anastasiashpilko.com


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