In the summer of 2015 I took a journey on the Trans-Siberian Railway. The train took 126 hours starting in Beijing, going through Siberia and finally ending in Moscow. For a long time Russia has used the district of Siberia as a place of exile for criminals and political prisoners, due to its abominable natural conditions. I defined my experience as a “timeless journey”, attributing an unregulated feel to my images. The work consists of nature, architecture, landscapes, and people. It is not a travel diary, it is not related to any social issues. The project explores the relationship between time and space, humans and their environments. My photographs cannot represents what the Trans-Siberian Railway is, but rather they illustrate my own individual journey and perceptions of this historical route. My pictures do not conform to a clear and strict narrative. Similar to a dreamlike state I provide the viewer with scattered fragments, giving them the power to try and make sense of my images in their own way.

In the summer of 2015 I took a journey on the Trans-Siberian Railway. The train took 126 hours starting in Beijing, going through Siberia and finally ending in Moscow. For a long time Russia has used the district of Siberia as a place of exile for criminals and political prisoners, due to its abominable natural conditions. I defined my experience as a “timeless journey”, attributing an unregulated feel to my images. The work consists of nature, architecture, landscapes, and people. It is not a travel diary, it is not related to any social issues. The project explores the relationship between time and space, humans and their environments. My photographs cannot represents what the Trans-Siberian Railway is, but rather they illustrate my own individual journey and perceptions of this historical route. My pictures do not conform to a clear and strict narrative. Similar to a dreamlike state I provide the viewer with scattered fragments, giving them the power to try and make sense of my images in their own way.

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  In the summer of 2015 I took a journey on the Trans-Siberian Railway. The train took 126 hours starting in Beijing, going through Siberia and finally ending in Moscow. For a long time Russia has used the district of Siberia as a place of exile for criminals and political prisoners, due to its abominable natural conditions. I defined my experience as a “timeless journey”, attributing an unregulated feel to my images. The work consists of nature, architecture, landscapes, and people. It is not a travel diary, it is not related to any social issues. The project explores the relationship between time and space, humans and their environments. My photographs cannot represents what the Trans-Siberian Railway is, but rather they illustrate my own individual journey and perceptions of this historical route. My pictures do not conform to a clear and strict narrative. Similar to a dreamlike state I provide the viewer with scattered fragments, giving them the power to try and make sense of my images in their own way.
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2M2A0124.png
k3179s.png
k3244p.jpg
k3169.png
k3164b.jpg
2M2A2130.png
k3153.png
k3140ps.png
k3185.jpg
2M2A2486.png
k32261.png
k3247.png
k3214.png
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5c7d99d2gw1ewr03rnu2dj21dd1bvhdu.jpg
k3241ps.png
2M2A9749.png
2M2A1947.png
2M2A2264.png
k3130副本.png
2M2A1497.png
k3131.png
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2M2A1923.png
5c7d99d2gw1ewqw6y75cmj217o18gap1.png
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In the summer of 2015 I took a journey on the Trans-Siberian Railway. The train took 126 hours starting in Beijing, going through Siberia and finally ending in Moscow. For a long time Russia has used the district of Siberia as a place of exile for criminals and political prisoners, due to its abominable natural conditions. I defined my experience as a “timeless journey”, attributing an unregulated feel to my images. The work consists of nature, architecture, landscapes, and people. It is not a travel diary, it is not related to any social issues. The project explores the relationship between time and space, humans and their environments. My photographs cannot represents what the Trans-Siberian Railway is, but rather they illustrate my own individual journey and perceptions of this historical route. My pictures do not conform to a clear and strict narrative. Similar to a dreamlike state I provide the viewer with scattered fragments, giving them the power to try and make sense of my images in their own way.

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