Natalya Reznik is currently a researcher in art history at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg in Germany and a photography teacher at Fotodepartment, a St Petersburg-based non-profit that promote contemporary art. Her work has been exhibited widely in Russia, Europe and the US and also published in magazines such as Marie Claire. She studied design at Perm State Technical University and has a PhD in the philosophy of culture from St Petersburg State University.
Georgiy (Egor) Rogalev is an architectural and documentary photographer and artist living between St Petersburg, Moscow and Kiev. He has a particular interest in the post-Soviet historical experience and the ongoing transformation of this territory, which he examines through the eyes of the younger generation born or raised in the time of the Soviet Union’s collapse.
Rogalev has graduated from School of Journalism and Mass Communications at St Petersburg State University and is currently studying at ICA Moscow.
Eliot Rothwell is a journalist based in Moscow. He writes about football, politics and culture in Russia and the post-Soviet space for, among others, the Calvert Journal, ESPN and Roads and Kingdoms. In 2017, he completed an MA in History at the School of Slavonic and Eastern European Studies at UCL, where he researched cultural ties between the Soviet Union and the West during the Khrushchev era.