Invisible Maps.  Photographs by Andrzej Kramarz.
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Invisible Maps.

Photographs by Andrzej Kramarz.
Museum in Gliwice, 2014. 90 pp., 92 color illustrations, 10¼x8¼".

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"Let us emphasize: while watching these photographs we have no prior knowledge thereof, apart from the fact that the area to which they refer (as the author kindly confessed) covers 0.17 hectare" – we learn from the text accompanying the latest publication by Andrzej Kramarz. This visually intense publication is full of signs, traces and symbols, without distinct clues of how to read them. "(…) the photographs stubbornly guard access thereto and do not permit easy and peaceful reading. They stir up the spinning of one’s own narratives and the construction of one’s own continuations. We are trying, in a number of ways (sometimes forcibly), to make the images coherent, to make the rebuses speak to us. So we construct our own stories, inside of which the visible starts to transform into a reasonable message (or so it seems to us)" – Dariusz Czaja wrote in his documentary.

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