Alina Senchenko

Alina Senchenko (Emily Carr) was born in Cherkassy, Ukraine in 1991. Alina works mainly with photography, text, installation, and archives, exploring their relationship to one another. Her work is primarily focused on the invisible social and political issues in contemporary society. She attended the Art School of Danila Narbuta and is now studying photography in Emily Carr University of Art and Design. In 2013, her work was included in a group exhibition at the Canadian Center of Architecture in Montreal. In 2014 she was a part of group exhibition at AMS Art Gallery. She lives and works in Vancouver, Canada.

Alina Senchenko, Untitled (The hope was there), from the series Color Revolution, 2013, Photographic banner

Aimia Photo Prize Scholarship Finalist Alina
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