Photographer Arseniy Neskhodimov is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay. From his personal project ‘Prozac’. To see Arseniy’s body of work, click on any image.
This is an ongoing project that I started two years ago. I called it Prozac after a famous antidepressant prescribed for the treatment of major depressive disorder. Most people, including myself, suffer from depression every so often. I have tried taking medication in the past but they didn’t work out for me.
Instead, I began to take pictures of myself to record my state of health.
I didn’t feel right in Moscow so I started traveling in search of a place where I could find happiness to settle down and start over. It was silly to think that I could find a place where everything would be perfect, a place where I could be satisfied.
Honestly there is no problem in Moscow and every city will have pros and cons. So I keep asking myself what am I fleeing from? What kind of place am I looking for? Maybe there is no way to find such place but I am not giving up yet”
All images and text © Arseniy Neskhodimov
By Arseniy Neskhodimov
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