TITLE : INVISIBLE SPACE
AUTHOR : WOJCIECH KARLINSKI
When I received this series from Wojciech Karlinski through our website, I immediately thought it was something special just by looking at the photos. But the reflection it leads us to is very interesting, and this idea of exploring the immediate environment where we live as if it were a documentary, I believe it’s an exercise that every photographer should do.
“Ten minutes walking distance from our place of residence, marks the boundary of the familiar and safe world. It is so taken for granted, that it becomes invisible. This space, without shape or scent, where we have difficulty perceiving the changes that are taking place. We are unaware of our impact on it and its impact on us. This circle around the home is an invisible space. The photos presented were taken between 2019 and 2023. The farthest point from my place of residence was 800 meters away from it.”
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