Dmytro Kupriyan is a photographer and a photojournalist from Kiev, Ukraine. He worked as a photojournalist at UNIAN news agency. “I started to work on the topic of tortures and for three years I was developing a project about tortures in Ukrainian police (project “TORTURED”), then I shifted to the topic of violence in a wider meaning making projects about war in Ukraine (projects “Fragments of War”, “Banality of Aggression” and “When The War Is Over”).”
Human adapted the environment to its needs by substantially changing it creating cities, building skyscrapers, town houses, bridging the banks, and turning the trails into roads and highways. But everyone try to be closer to nature, provide apartments with natural elements, grow plants at home, and so on. And it is necessary to ask yourself the question: what is the primary and what is acquired, thought and overestimate your own private living space, to look critically at your home.
‘In this project I explore the human environment, the place where homo sapiens is, its need in the natural opposite of acquired. On these photos, beautiful landscapes and views are illuminated by the projections of buildings or building elements, which creates the effect of improper invading to the natural. ‘
All copyrights: © Dmytro Kupriyan
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