Beginnings - Początki

by Tomasz Wysocki


Photographs: Tomasz Wysocki

Publisher: Migavka sp. z o.o

3 x 16 pages

Year: 2015

ISBN: 978-83-93579-89-1

Price: 25

Comments: Three softcover photobooks in a cardboard slipcase, edition of 300, language: pl/engl, 23,5 x 34 cm

The volume comprises three separate projects carried out by Wysocki in 2013—2015, during the course of his studies at the Łódź Film School.

The first project, Return to Eden, is a story about trying to find our identity, about who we are, inside and out. This is also Wysocki’s first studio project. The second cycle of images, In-visibilis, was inspired by a collection of fashion for blind people, and relates to the senses. This is about a world for those who cannot see arranged by those who can. Both cycles make use of a highly ascetic artistic language of isolated events. White predominates. People and objects are clearly visible — but the real theme of the image is obscured. The last project, Exodus 2064, is the most spectacular of the three. This is a vision of the future that has come out of the artist’s experiments with hypnosis.

 


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Beginnings - Początki

by Tomasz Wysocki


Photographs: Tomasz Wysocki

Publisher: Migavka sp. z o.o

3 x 16 pages

Year: 2015

ISBN: 978-83-93579-89-1

Price: 25

Comments: Three softcover photobooks in a cardboard slipcase, edition of 300, language: pl/engl, 23,5 x 34 cm

The volume comprises three separate projects carried out by Wysocki in 2013—2015, during the course of his studies at the Łódź Film School.

The first project, Return to Eden, is a story about trying to find our identity, about who we are, inside and out. This is also Wysocki’s first studio project. The second cycle of images, In-visibilis, was inspired by a collection of fashion for blind people, and relates to the senses. This is about a world for those who cannot see arranged by those who can. Both cycles make use of a highly ascetic artistic language of isolated events. White predominates. People and objects are clearly visible — but the real theme of the image is obscured. The last project, Exodus 2064, is the most spectacular of the three. This is a vision of the future that has come out of the artist’s experiments with hypnosis.

 


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Beginnings - Początki

by Tomasz Wysocki


Photographs: Tomasz Wysocki

Publisher: Migavka sp. z o.o

3 x 16 pages

Year: 2015

ISBN: 978-83-93579-89-1

Price: 25

Comments: Three softcover photobooks in a cardboard slipcase, edition of 300, language: pl/engl, 23,5 x 34 cm

The volume comprises three separate projects carried out by Wysocki in 2013—2015, during the course of his studies at the Łódź Film School.

The first project, Return to Eden, is a story about trying to find our identity, about who we are, inside and out. This is also Wysocki’s first studio project. The second cycle of images, In-visibilis, was inspired by a collection of fashion for blind people, and relates to the senses. This is about a world for those who cannot see arranged by those who can. Both cycles make use of a highly ascetic artistic language of isolated events. White predominates. People and objects are clearly visible — but the real theme of the image is obscured. The last project, Exodus 2064, is the most spectacular of the three. This is a vision of the future that has come out of the artist’s experiments with hypnosis.

 


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