Visual artist, Giorgi Rodionov’s, newest photography book “My parents don’t talk to me” is a representative of a larger project focused on a stigmatized past and the communication issues between the generations of parents and children in post-Soviet reality.
“Silence that shouts out loud. We need to talk now and here. The informational vacuum in personal relations lead us to confusion and rootless creations. These photos, discovered in a dusty basement in a family house, are a representation of an era that has become a shame to be remembered. The last ruling generation of Soviet Georgia has re-closed the iron curtain to block the memories back in time.” -Giorgi Rodionov
Read this interview with Giorgi Rodionov on the inspiration behind his project.