"The existence of ornamental plants in public and private places."
Tell us about yourself.
I am self-taught photographer based in Myszkow, Poland.
From the beginning of my adventure with photography I was most interested in photographing people. As the time has passed my perception of photography has evolved. Documentary photography has increasingly began to attract my attention.
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Talk a bit about your project - remnants of hope -
The color green is known as the color of hope.
In this project I document the existence of ornamental plants in public and private places. Flowers as a kind of human element in the tight sterile and cold world of workplaces.
In communist Poland people wanted to have a substitute of home, warm home that they tried to move to a working environment. Flowers in an "empty" space, which is a matter of fact "nobody's", symbolizes a man with his hope for a better tomorrow, a better job, better people next door, better conditions.
Times have changed, and the flowers ... flowers stayed.