MICA photo alum Tatiana Gulenkina featured in Wired!
Tatiana Gulenkina’s abstract images are simultaneously seducing and confusing. The images in the series Things Merging and Falling Apart are beautiful, but just what are we looking at? Clouds shot through a filter? Motor oil through a fish-eye lens? Petri-dishes under the microscope? Nope. In fact, there is no camera involved at all. Each image is a unique photogram.
Tatiana is a Russian-born photographer and visual artist currently based in Washington, DC. In her work, she uses both digital technology and traditional darkroom equipment, as well as video and mixed media. Her work has been featured in the British Journal of Photography, The Week, Wired, F-Stop Magazine, NPR, Beautiful/Decay, Conscientious, and other publications. In 2014, she was named one of the 30 Under 30 Women Photographers by Photo Boîte Agency and included in New York Photo Awards show at PowerHouse Books Arena.