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The variation of the flora's shapes, which appeared in front of my camera, became an inspiration to explore human relationships and identity. By creating this diptych, which is the combination of positive and negative of the same capture, I wanted to emphasize potential opposite elements of the same subject. For me, it also symbolizes the duality of human character with its complex nature which constitutes our psychological portrait which is woven from different experiences and emotions such as depression, anxiety, happiness, joy, or calm. I also observed another aspect of this composition. I realized that it displays the connection between the currently existing world and something new, which can appear in the future and constitute the outcome of our deconstructive activity on our planet.
OPEN CATEGORY (MAGAZINE VOL.3)
By
Jakub Pasierkiewicz

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The variation of the flora's shapes, which appeared in front of my camera, became an inspiration to explore human relationships and identity. By creating this diptych, which is the combination of positive and negative of the same capture, I wanted to emphasize potential opposite elements of the same subject. For me, it also symbolizes the duality of human character with its complex nature which constitutes our psychological portrait which is woven from different experiences and emotions such as depression, anxiety, happiness, joy, or calm. I also observed another aspect of this composition. I realized that it displays the connection between the currently existing world and something new, which can appear in the future and constitute the outcome of our deconstructive activity on our planet.