Sasiela Wojciech Photography Street , Landscape and Portrait
Sasiela Wojciech photographyStreet , Landscape and Portrait Photography
Manchester, United Kingdom
I am documentary photographer working on different aspects of modern society and
its relation to place and landscape through identity and culture. I am also interested
how the landscape and interiors my be seen as a text written by community.
Wojtek Sasiela Photography continues
Born In 1982 in Rzeszow, Poland. Graduated in 2001 from University of Information Technology and Management in Rzeszow. Moved to Manchester, United Kingdom.
Graduated in 2006 form Manchester Metropolitan University - School of Art and Design (Photography BA). Lives and works in Manchester, United Kingdom.
Portraits Exhibition - 1/13/2012 - 2/25/2012
Center of Fine Arts Photography
400 North College Avenue Fort Collins,Colorado United States
Human Artifact - 2/10/2011 - 3/4/2011
Vermont Photo Space Gallery
12 Main St.Essex Junction Vermont –At The Five Corners, United States
1 + 1 = 2 - The individual makes the whole - 10/25/2009 – 10/27/2009
Negotiation of space at Oxjam Manchester, United Kingdom
Publications and press
Incandescent - color film zine (United States) - 2/02/2012 Mythical Explorations“ –
Der Fritag (Germany) - 1/05/2011 - „Die Polen kommen. Und bleiben“
Sheremag.net (Spain) - 7/02/2011 - Maintained Culture and National Heritage
PhotoPlace Gallery (United States) – 10/09/2012 – Personal Portraits
International Photography Awards - 8/9/2012 Honorable Mention - „The Cliff“
Since August 2010 member of Young Photographers United
Kersal Dale was dated from 1840 and described as series of work fields. In the nineteenth century the industrial revolution brought the rapid development to the Manchester and Salford. at this time the Clowes family decided to transform this land in the residential area with great villas, suitable public buildings and golf courses. When the area was developed as an estate for a businessman and their families people along the river Irwell were lived in poverty and squalor. For the 50 years to area was elegant, opulent and bucolic. However pollution for the owners factories increased so badly that the inhabitants had to move to villages nearby. The flood completed the disaster. The ground slipped down so for that the main road fell away. After 80 years the are is covered by forest with some traces of its history. Today it creates a unique landscape where among the wild nature the traces of human existence, architecture and domestic gardens can be found.
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