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Kacper Kowalski

‘Side Effects’ y ‘Polish Patterns’


Kacper Kowalski studied architecture at Gdansk University of Technology, and after four years of professional activity in the field, the young Polish, born in 1977, decided to focus on his two great passions: flying and photography. Since 2006 Kowalski takes photographs of his country’s landscape from a paraglider. He flies the aircraft himself and the photographs are taken without drones, always with a rigorous zenithal perspective, through which he obtains abstract images filled with subliminal messages that graphically reflect human presence on Earth. In 2014 he published a book featuring his well-known series Side Effects, and is currently working on the second, Over, to be released at the end of the year... [+]

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