Flat building facades re-imagined as three-dimensional structures in order to add new depth to the photographs. The work aims to transform the viewer's vision of what otherwise would be unnoticed, ordinary buildings. While the urban development shortens the lifespan of contemporary architecture, these utilitarian structures on the outskirts of cities seem to endure the time. They impose limits on space, rendering the landscape cluttered, unbalanced, confined, hence they limit our thoughts, and constrain our sense of self. Balancing the edge of the factual and the possible Anna Yeroshenko's work is an attempt to break the walls which we come up against and to push the limits of perception. Hidden Dimension encourages the viewer to take another look at the physical and social environment, and to rethink the architectural, aesthetic, and urban planning choices that shape our lives.