28 Days Later: Total Lockdown
This conceptual photo is based on the situation with COVID-19 and represents the total lock down of humanity in our own individual spaces. It is devoted to the quarantine and the enforcement of quarantine. Ordinary people are placed in transparent medical blisters packs, which symbolize the limitations imposed upon us in this period. We are locked in separate spaces but still visible to each other in real life through windows or through social networks or whatever virtual means available but unable to contact or communicate or leave our homes or apartments. The figures of the observers in protective suits as well as the transparency of blisters show an almost total control of the situation in an effort to stop the spread of the virus, protecting the people from themselves.
Author: Irina Petrova is an internationally published and award winning photographer and artist. She specializes in wild life micro-photography and science fiction inspired installations organically integrating living and artificial entities. A unique feature of her work is she only uses retro manual focus lenses to share the wonders of the world. She has won a substantial number of awards and prizes, including 3 recent awards in BIFA 2020, winner of FEP Awards 2021 Nature Golden Camera and ND Discovery of the Year in category Nature 2019.