The artist duo Synchrodogs originates from Ukraine, where Tania Shcheglova (1989) and Roman Noven (1984) fell in love and started to work together as professional artists under one name. The name Synchrodogs – under which the duo works since 2008 – comes from their shared love for nature and the unification of two people. Their work explores the everlasting tension between man and nature, with images of raw, animalistic beauty, which also manage to come across as awkwardly sophisticated. Being noticed for their unique and very personal aesthetics, they work together in an intimate synchronized choreography, sharing the same aesthetic and ideas acquired through a self-made meditation technique that takes place on the verge between sleep and wakefulness. The bulk of their photographic work features portraits of Tania shot by Roman. The artistic duo travels thousands of miles to desolate places in the world to explore the unknown, the undiscovered and the inconvenient. Their work balances between the real and the imagined, drawing the viewer into an unconscious, wild and dream-like world.