Winners 2014 > Motions Series > 2nd Andrejs Strokins

People in the dunes1 : Burned down allotments near to Spilve airport territory in Voleri, 2014. “People in the dunes” project explores the borders between urban and wild nature around Bolderāja and Daugavgrīva districts, which are located in the periphery of Riga, few kilometers away from the Gulf of Riga. After World War II, the fishing villages build on the dunes were replaced with blockhouses and some parts of Daugavgrīva became a closed military area.  Now 23 years have passed, but the mainly Russian-speaking population of the area is still haunted by the shadows of the Soviet past.
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People in the dunes2 : Drunk people on the frozen Gulf of Riga, 2013. “People in the dunes” project explores the borders between urban and wild nature around Bolderāja and Daugavgrīva districts, which are located in the periphery of Riga, few kilometers away from the Gulf of Riga. After World War II, the fishing villages build on the dunes were replaced with blockhouses and some parts of Daugavgrīva became a closed military area.  Now 23 years have passed, but the mainly Russian-speaking population of the area is still haunted by the shadows of the Soviet past.
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People in the dunes3 : Bolderaja ship repair yard, 2013. “People in the dunes” project explores the borders between urban and wild nature around Bolderāja and Daugavgrīva districts, which are located in the periphery of Riga, few kilometers away from the Gulf of Riga. After World War II, the fishing villages build on the dunes were replaced with blockhouses and some parts of Daugavgrīva became a closed military area.  Now 23 years have passed, but the mainly Russian-speaking population of the area is still haunted by the shadows of the Soviet past.
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People in the dunes4 : Diver Jura with plasticine seagull sculpture in Bolderaja, 2013. “People in the dunes” project explores the borders between urban and wild nature around Bolderāja and Daugavgrīva districts, which are located in the periphery of Riga, few kilometers away from the Gulf of Riga. After World War II, the fishing villages build on the dunes were replaced with blockhouses and some parts of Daugavgrīva became a closed military area.  Now 23 years have passed, but the mainly Russian-speaking population of the area is still haunted by the shadows of the Soviet past.
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People in the dunes5 : Car repair advertisement in Voleri, 2013. “People in the dunes” project explores the borders between urban and wild nature around Bolderāja and Daugavgrīva districts, which are located in the periphery of Riga, few kilometers away from the Gulf of Riga. After World War II, the fishing villages build on the dunes were replaced with blockhouses and some parts of Daugavgrīva became a closed military area.  Now 23 years have passed, but the mainly Russian-speaking population of the area is still haunted by the shadows of the Soviet past.
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People in the dunes6 : Daugavgriva beach, 2013. “People in the dunes” project explores the borders between urban and wild nature around Bolderāja and Daugavgrīva districts, which are located in the periphery of Riga, few kilometers away from the Gulf of Riga. After World War II, the fishing villages build on the dunes were replaced with blockhouses and some parts of Daugavgrīva became a closed military area.  Now 23 years have passed, but the mainly Russian-speaking population of the area is still haunted by the shadows of the Soviet past.
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People in the dunes7 : Olga with her dog on frozen Bullupe river, 2012. “People in the dunes” project explores the borders between urban and wild nature around Bolderāja and Daugavgrīva districts, which are located in the periphery of Riga, few kilometers away from the Gulf of Riga. After World War II, the fishing villages build on the dunes were replaced with blockhouses and some parts of Daugavgrīva became a closed military area.  Now 23 years have passed, but the mainly Russian-speaking population of the area is still haunted by the shadows of the Soviet past.
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People in the dunes8 : Christmas decoration in Bolderaja district, 2013. “People in the dunes” project explores the borders between urban and wild nature around Bolderāja and Daugavgrīva districts, which are located in the periphery of Riga, few kilometers away from the Gulf of Riga. After World War II, the fishing villages build on the dunes were replaced with blockhouses and some parts of Daugavgrīva became a closed military area.  Now 23 years have passed, but the mainly Russian-speaking population of the area is still haunted by the shadows of the Soviet past.
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