As Melbourne struggled through over 240 days of heavy restrictions, with limited time outside and scarce options to learn and play for the kids – everyone needed to find their own way to keep going. Small things. Small wins. Like making a space helmet for your child fascinated by the night sky. And a suit. Too bad that the novelty of a costume doesn’t last. Stories, however, seem to have worked since forever. So, we took the costume and went looking for stories. The good thing is that with a little imagination stories can be found anywhere, be it 5km travel limit or your bedroom. The phone booth or a laundry. These analogue photographs are the memories from the stories we found. The lockdown has now ended. We’ll outgrow the costume. But the time spent together exploring and imagining is one special gift to keep.
All images and text © Andrew Rovenko
By Andrew Rovenko
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