JAROSŁAW KLUPŚ                            polish



     Safety

     The Work

     Shoals

     Still on

     The greatest experience

     is the experience of mystery (III)

     Hommage par Ottomar Anschütz, Lissa

     The greatest experience

     is the experience of mystery (I)

     Melquiades’ Camera

     Magia Naturalis

     Selfportrait of the camera

     One of the most dangerous

     routes in the world

     Reflections

     Portraits

     Selfforms


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2 PHOTOGRAPHY STUDIO UAP

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Postmodernity, beside instantaneous creation and direct transmission of photographs, allows also its virtual creation. Installation titled “Reflections” refers to days before invention/discovery of photography. It consists of contemporary city views, made with the first disseminated photography method - daguerreotype, along with digital projection of the oldest preserved photographs, created among others by Nicéphore Niépce, Louis Daguerre, William Talbot & Hippolyte Bayard.

Daguerreotypes are set in such a way, that in its surfaces there are visible projected images from the past. Being a mirror and a representation at the same time, these tangible pictures loose their laterality when seen from different angles, penetrating with icons from the beginnings of photography. They bring to life new, ephemeral views. Such a entanglement of different ages and media forces the confrontation of »prephotographers’« intentions and contemporary thinking of „taking images from nature”.

Daguerreotypes 13x18 cm, steel stands, screen and digital projector, 2005