The most substantial moments of my life I can find in my journeys. The changing landscape—land and sky, their colors, texture and light, richness and simplicity, eternal monuments of nature, as well as manaltared habitat; all had inscribed in me for many years to witness my pictorial adventures. Traveling plays a very important role in my life. It has shaped my sensibility towards the surrounding world.
Regardless of destinations, I’m always delighted in every mundane manifestation of human thought, from everyday items—some very banal, to the architectural details or artifacts from the museum. But there’s also a feeling of alienation, inadequacy to the surrounding and cultural exclusion. This dichotomy limits my ability to experience world around me fully. Only at home, in Warsaw I’m able to analyze. Emerging distance enables possibility of synthesis. Form emerges randomly from fragments of memory. When a logical sequence of images is destroyed, recontextualization starts. One can find here familiar elements, however they seem to be arranged randomly. Urban landscape plays prominent role in this process.