Yuliya Pavlova: Government of Childhood

Yuliya Pavlova: Government of Childhood

About her project says Yuliya: What happens with children who didn’t suffer any traumatic experiences? How will they grow up? In my project, I tried to show the future society where children grow up in a closed institution. A perfect life, perfect environment and education…Is it way to the perfect life? Or we will have social dysfunction and loneliness adults? In this world, children grow up in a special institution until they turn 7. After that, they can be adopted. Children are tested by psychologists to help them get a perfect profession. Children grow up in perfect condition, with a special learning development game. Adopt parents doesn’t allow to change the profession for the child. Family is checked by childhood government.

Government of Childhood © Yuliya Pavlova

Government of Childhood © Yuliya Pavlova

Yuliya Pavlova is a visual artist in Saint-Petersburg. She was born in Tatarstan in 1985. Yuliya is interested in such themes as psychological trauma and personal identity. She inspired by such people as A. Tarkovkiy, Guillermo del Toro, Francesca Woodman, Laura Letinski. Yulya works with photography, installation, and sculpture from different materials (clay, gypsum and plastic material)

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Government of Childhood © Yuliya Pavlova

Government of Childhood © Yuliya Pavlova

Government of Childhood © Yuliya Pavlova

Government of Childhood © Yuliya Pavlova

Government of Childhood © Yuliya Pavlova

Government of Childhood © Yuliya Pavlova

Government of Childhood © Yuliya Pavlova

Government of Childhood © Yuliya Pavlova

Government of Childhood © Yuliya Pavlova

Government of Childhood © Yuliya Pavlova

Government of Childhood © Yuliya Pavlova

Government of Childhood © Yuliya Pavlova

Government of Childhood © Yuliya Pavlova

Government of Childhood © Yuliya Pavlova

Government of Childhood © Yuliya Pavlova

Government of Childhood © Yuliya Pavlova

Government of Childhood © Yuliya Pavlova

Government of Childhood © Yuliya Pavlova

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