The New World Era - new norms, new orders, new perception of world surrounding us. This project depicts how we perceive people without faces. Faces without emotions. People without identity. The images show the dramatic impact of pandemic on individuals who lost their social contacts and are looking for self-identification and own space in the world. Natalia Forgacova is a photographer from Vancouver, British Columbia. Her work explores theme of depersonalization of human beings.
I was born in East Siberia near Lake Baikal. After graduating at the University of Faculty of International Economy I moved to St. Petersburg, where I lived for 7 years. That is the place where I became completely addicted to photography. When I got married to a Slovak, I moved to Slovakia where our first daughter was born. After six years of living in Central Europe, we moved to a beautiful city of Vancouver where our second daughter was born. Vancouver is the place where I live now and do my photo projects.