A student from Chelyabinsk takes photographs of old Khrushchev and high-rise buildings – and changes the sky to them “to see their homeland in color, not in grayness.”
Kapichay told that at first he was doing very badly, but eventually he began to meet his collages in other communities. In this series of works, a resident of Chelyabinsk tried to show the contrast between old Khrushchev and the same type of multi-storey houses with bright skies and lush clouds.
Most of the photos of Kapichay take from Russia, because for him it is “native”. He prefers working also with pictures of Russian photographers. “I’m more interesting with them. I do not know why, perhaps because they have a soul in them, “the collage author added.
I want to see my homeland in color, and not in the grayness in which it is now.