Inna Mosina is a feminist photographer from Russia, whose work is inspired by the power of womxn, the fight for freedom, equality and inclusivity. “LIE”, her last photo project aims to expose the lack of freedom of speech in Russia.
“I’m very tired of lies. Tired of watching people suffer for the truth, and becoming victims of the ruling regime in Russia. I hope that the truth will win anyway sooner or later. I turned off the TV in my house a long time ago, because it always praises Russia, while the rest of the world is presented as bad. But we can see that everything is not “good”! We see the homophobic laws, the corruption, bans on freedom of speech and rallies. I am very angry. A lot of people want what I want – freedom of speech and self-expression, freedom from fear and the opportunity to be who yourself.”
IN RUSSIA, YOU MUST SPEAK ANONYMOUSLY ABOUT THE RULING REGIME, OTHERWISE YOU CAN GO TO JAIL.