2018 / Architecture / Industrial (Non-Pro)

Geometry of Energy ²

  • Photographer
    Nik Brezginov
  • Prizes
    Silver in Architecture/Industrial, Gold in Science/Technology, 1st place winner in Science

Power transmission lines are components of the electric power system, designed for the transmission of electrical energy. Towns and villages, the tundra and deserts, rivers and mountains are permeated by a network of power transmission lines to deliver electricity to us. For me as for an engineer-electrician the transmission lines are very functional, but at the same time, in their geometric patterns, these monumental designs have their own fascinating charm.

Nik was born in 1984 in Ivanovo, Russia. He graduated from the Ivanovo State Power University with a degree in Electrical Power Plants, and since 2003 has been working in Power Engineering. Currently he lives in Moscow. In 2018 he graduated from the specialty "Photojournalism" of the Lomonosov Moscow State University with a graduate work on "Aesthetics of industrial photography in modern society." He is member of The Russian Union of Art Photographers and has interests in industrial and art photography. [ www.brezginov.art ]