Evita Goze


Posted in personal work, photography, photography studies by evitagoze on April 16, 2012

A few images of beautiful Georgia I did last fall for “Orpheus” project in university.


Imaginary Homelands

Posted in personal work, photography, photography studies by evitagoze on February 9, 2012

The effect of mass migrations has been the creation of radically new types of human being: people who root themselves in ideas rather than places, in memories as much in material things; people who have been obliged to define themselves – because they are so defined by others – by their otherness; people in whose deepest selves strange fusions occur, unprecedented unions between what they were and where they find themselves.”

(Salman Rushdie, Imaginary Homelands)

Political portrait project, led by Lisa Barnard:

Seven Sisters

Posted in dear diary, photography by evitagoze on August 3, 2011

Visiting Seven Sisters (a series of chalk cliffs in East Sussex, Southern England) last spring with my friend Anna&her mom.


Posted in photography by evitagoze on April 12, 2011

Allegory project

Posted in photography, photography studies by evitagoze on March 21, 2011

Below is my final selection for Allegory project we had to hand in last Friday. When working on this project, I was thinking about childhood, memory, borders between reality and fantasy and connections between real and constructed spaces.


Berlin, exhibitions and almost Harry Potter

Posted in exhibitions, photography by evitagoze on January 20, 2011

Due to winter break and Christmas, nothing much has been going on in university lately. Our Photography and Place project is approaching the end and also is my first term in University of Brighton. I’m spending this week photoshopping and printing, so hopefully soon I’m gonna be ready to share my project with you.

Before the Christmas break started, we went to see the exhibition of british photographer Tony Ray Jones in Christ’s Hospital School in Sussex, where he used to be a pupil.

Tony Ray-Jones: Beauty Contest, Southport, 1967

It was not just a rare opportunity to see his work, but also an amazing chance to have a glance inside a british boarding school. For a moment I felt like in a middle of the movie. Harry Potter, for example.

(Photos by Paul Butkus)



Posted in photography by evitagoze on December 14, 2010

My first experience with medium format:

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