Salome Jishkariani is a photographer based in Tbilisi, Georgia. She’s passionate about film and digital photography. Her main idea of exploration is “transition space”, time and movement – within their larger and numerous essences. She seeks to experiment and capture the elusive moments.

One’s self-concept (also called self-construction, self-identity and self-structure) is a collection of beliefs about oneself and generally embodies the answer to “Who am I?”.


The perception people have about their past selves is related to their perception of their
current selves. But what if there is nothing to recollect from the past? What if there are hidden
or lost stories? How this affects one’s self-concept in the present time?


The project attempts to reflect on self-concept construction with missing stories from the past.