Competition Gallery

 

Sylwia Kowalczyk

Temporal Portrait

Course: MFA Photography, Edinburgh College of Art

 

Kowalczyk’s Temporal Portraits developed in reaction to society’s obsession with celebrity and ‘identifiable’ portraits. Her work, by contrast, is not interested in drawing attention to the individual's identity.

The images are deliberately unaccompanied by a name or title compelling the viewer to complete the image themselves as they are at times confronted with just a lock of the hair at the back of a neck or a fragment of face emerging from behind a curtain of hair.

www.sylwiakowalczyk.com


Temporal Portrait

Course: MFA Photography, Edinburgh College of Art

 

Kowalczyk’s Temporal Portraits developed in reaction to society’s obsession with celebrity and ‘identifiable’ portraits. Her work, by contrast, is not interested in drawing attention to the individual's identity.

The images are deliberately unaccompanied by a name or title compelling the viewer to complete the image themselves as they are at times confronted with just a lock of the hair at the back of a neck or a fragment of face emerging from behind a curtain of hair.

www.sylwiakowalczyk.com


Temporal Portrait

Course: MFA Photography, Edinburgh College of Art

 

Kowalczyk’s Temporal Portraits developed in reaction to society’s obsession with celebrity and ‘identifiable’ portraits. Her work, by contrast, is not interested in drawing attention to the individual's identity.

The images are deliberately unaccompanied by a name or title compelling the viewer to complete the image themselves as they are at times confronted with just a lock of the hair at the back of a neck or a fragment of face emerging from behind a curtain of hair.

www.sylwiakowalczyk.com


Temporal Portrait

Course: MFA Photography, Edinburgh College of Art

 

Kowalczyk’s Temporal Portraits developed in reaction to society’s obsession with celebrity and ‘identifiable’ portraits. Her work, by contrast, is not interested in drawing attention to the individual's identity.

The images are deliberately unaccompanied by a name or title compelling the viewer to complete the image themselves as they are at times confronted with just a lock of the hair at the back of a neck or a fragment of face emerging from behind a curtain of hair.

www.sylwiakowalczyk.com


Temporal Portrait

Course: MFA Photography, Edinburgh College of Art

 

Kowalczyk’s Temporal Portraits developed in reaction to society’s obsession with celebrity and ‘identifiable’ portraits. Her work, by contrast, is not interested in drawing attention to the individual's identity.

The images are deliberately unaccompanied by a name or title compelling the viewer to complete the image themselves as they are at times confronted with just a lock of the hair at the back of a neck or a fragment of face emerging from behind a curtain of hair.

www.sylwiakowalczyk.com


Temporal Portrait

Course: MFA Photography, Edinburgh College of Art

 

Kowalczyk’s Temporal Portraits developed in reaction to society’s obsession with celebrity and ‘identifiable’ portraits. Her work, by contrast, is not interested in drawing attention to the individual's identity.

The images are deliberately unaccompanied by a name or title compelling the viewer to complete the image themselves as they are at times confronted with just a lock of the hair at the back of a neck or a fragment of face emerging from behind a curtain of hair.

www.sylwiakowalczyk.com


Temporal Portrait

Course: MFA Photography, Edinburgh College of Art

 

Kowalczyk’s Temporal Portraits developed in reaction to society’s obsession with celebrity and ‘identifiable’ portraits. Her work, by contrast, is not interested in drawing attention to the individual's identity.

The images are deliberately unaccompanied by a name or title compelling the viewer to complete the image themselves as they are at times confronted with just a lock of the hair at the back of a neck or a fragment of face emerging from behind a curtain of hair.

www.sylwiakowalczyk.com


Temporal Portrait

Course: MFA Photography, Edinburgh College of Art

 

Kowalczyk’s Temporal Portraits developed in reaction to society’s obsession with celebrity and ‘identifiable’ portraits. Her work, by contrast, is not interested in drawing attention to the individual's identity.

The images are deliberately unaccompanied by a name or title compelling the viewer to complete the image themselves as they are at times confronted with just a lock of the hair at the back of a neck or a fragment of face emerging from behind a curtain of hair.

www.sylwiakowalczyk.com


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