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Aleksandra Loska, Untitled, from the Nothing in the Middle series, 2012





Nothing in the Middle

Aleksandra Loska experiments not only with the photographic medium, but also with the full complexity of the process of human perception. Nothing in the Middle does not tell a story, arrange events into a narrative, or create a metaphor for reality. Rather, the essence of each image is determined by both its form-built from surfaces, light, and a scale of colours restricted to shades of grey-and the actual scenographic model, constructed out of cardboard, glass, and paper.
The works of young contemporary Polish photographers rarely focus on abstraction and formal experiments.  By building an abstract, analogue space, Aleksandra Loska intelligently undermines the primacy of the virtual world, and its digital tools and effects. One is tempted to say that the cycle Nothing in the Middle cleverly leads the viewer by the nose, while also offering beautiful form, where echoes of modernism, minimalism, and contemporary architecture resound.
Alexandra Loska (born 1989, Gdańsk)
Aims to break through the boundaries of realism in her works, and experiments with form. Uses photography to create unusual situations. A graduate of the Academy of Photography in Warsaw, she is currently studying multimedia communication at the University of Art in Poznań. Lives and works in Warsaw.
Nothing in the Middle
Curator: Marika Zamojska 
Galeria Łącznik, pl. Matejki 4/12
Vernissage: 18.05.2013; 18:30
Open: 18.05–14.06.2013; TUE-FRI 14:00-17:00