Synkroniciti is thrilled to welcome back photographer, artist and writer Nino Khundadze with a series of colorful digital artworks and a poetic affirmation called “Home–inside out.” This is a wonderfully vulnerable work that deals with rebuilding the sense of self after being rejected by family and community. Imbued with Nino’s incredible joy and open-heartedness, it’s an empowering piece about learning to care for yourself and others from within, creating a home in the world when you feel homeless.
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Nino Khundadze was born in Tbilisi, Georgia, during the time of the Soviet Union and witnessed its end as a child. She was totally into art from early childhood. After school, she studied in the Art Academy, finished a Master of Architecture and worked in several architectural studios for few years. After this, her life changed, transformed from the usual one into something totally different, full of adventures, full of stories that one might not even believe were real. Life got her back into art. “There is so much I want to tell. There is so much I want to write in words and paint with colors, that sometimes I think one life is not enough. So here I am, doing my best for this moment, sharing through my art and my words.”
Here is an excerpt from “Inside Out: Seeing the World with Nino Khundadze,” a combination of writing, illustration and photography from our last issue “present,” Vol. 3, No.1. “Dandelion” was also our cover. You can purchase that issue here: https://synkroniciti.com/the-magazine/purchase-individual-issues/.