"Shvilishvili is Georgian for “grandchild”, literally it could be translated as a child of a child. In this project, presented as book-object, the author questions the value of family photography and family ties themselfs in modern society through an attempt to unite her relatives from one blood line by photography. The family is divided between two countries - Russia and Georgia, - and the problems of it’s members on both sides of the border arise from the post-war political situation as well as the tragic story of a murder committed inside the family.
The shape of the book is unhandy and questions the necessity of a family album in modern society, being an anti - family album itself"
Adoro este tipo de trabalho sobre famílias, podem ver o site de Jana Romanova