An area of some importance





Neighbouring sites 

In these works I explore my family’s nomadic journey and settlement in southern Siberia and Kazakstan in the 1960s during the space race, the ultimate human journey into unknown territories.

Visually I am trying to understand, depict, imagine the fragments of information that my family had at the time about the grand and very secret space race projects of the USSR. Their knowledge, I've been told consisted of a disjointed combination of rumours, wild guesswork and speculation, even though they might have directly contributed with their labour to the infrastructure creation leading to the nuclear test sites or Baikonur Cosmodrome.

Neighbouring sites


60 x 40 cm (appr.)
White wooden framed and non reflective glass

Edition of 5 on Baryta archival paper
 290€ / edition

LIS (ukr for timber and forest)


Unique print 900 €
60 x 40 cm (appr.)
White wooden framed and non reflective glass

Edition of 5 on Baryta archival paper
290€ / edition

Fenced by nature


Unique print 900 €
60 x 40 cm (appr.)
White wooden framed and non reflective glass

Edition of 5 on Baryta archival paper
 290€ / edition

People were here. Antropo(s)cenic sites as comfort.


Unique print 900 €
60 x 40 cm (appr.)
White wooden framed and non reflective glass

Edition of 5 on Baryta archival paper 
290€ / edition

Baykonur1, Baikonyr2, Baykonyr3


Unique print 900 €
60 x 40 cm (appr.)
White wooden framed and non reflective glass

Edition of 5 on Baryta archival paper
290€ / edition


to purchase contact on : 
lettashtohryn@icloud.com