Anastasia Davis was born in Ukraine in 1987 but grew up in Israel and the United States. She received a BA in psychology from Northwestern University, Evanston, IL in 2009, an MA from The Chicago School in Professional Psychology in 2011, and attended classes at the International Center for Photography in New York, NY between 2013-2014 . Her work is concerned with sensory and emotional experience before it is translated into meaning and what lies between perception and interpretation. She lives and works in Pittsburgh, PA.
Self-portrait by the House Wall (aka Nowhere)
In my photographs, I explore the incongruity that I often experience between what I see and what I feel. I seek images that affect me emotionally, but elude any specific interpretation, like certain memories or fragments of dreams that fade the harder you think about them. I am interested in this ambiguity and in photography’s capacity to suggest complex emotional states.
Untitled (stairs #3)
Untitled (leaves #2)
Untitled (water #2)
Untitled (pipe #2)
Untitled (branches #4)
To view more of Anastasia Davis’s work please visit her website.