Beata Długosz

Born in 1978. Lives and works in Kraków, Poland. Member of the Polish Photographers Association (ZPAF). She teaches photography at the Faculty of Art at the Pedagogical University in Krakow. In 2010 she obtained her PhD in Photography at the Film School in Łódź (PWSTiTV). In 2005 she was awarded a fellowship by the Mayor of the City of Krakow for her achievements in photography. Her work is part of the collection of Kraków’s Museum of Photography. Her work centres on such phenomena as emanation of light, the passage of time, photochemical processes. She works in traditional black-and-white photography techniques, makes experiments in camera-less photography, as well as site-speccific art installations.


BECALMED. Windless weather, a unique moment when nature seems to freeze. Premonition of a breakthrough. Is it the lull before the storm, or maybe a sign of a better future to come? Sometimes even the tritest gestures can provoke changes on a bigger scale; events that are barely noticeable from the everyday life perspective are nevertheless capable of producing the BUTTERFLY EFFECT.

Photo installation: traditional black and white photography, ink print; 106x160 cm, 60x80 cm, 40x60 cm, photo-object 400x400 cm; photosensitive paper, sand, 8 palindromes 23x23 cm.

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Fot. Jakub Pierzchała