Talia Krasicka Awake aamora

 Awake (Philosophy of Perception series)

Talia Krasicka My love is a fever aamora

My Love is A Fever.

Photograph inspired by a verse from the Sonnet 147 by William Shakespeare.

Talia Krasicka Failed intentionally aamora

Failed Intentionality

A clay portrait seen from a phenomenological perspective.

Talia Krasicka creation aamora

 

Creation  (Philosophy of Perception series)

talia krasicka the architecture of life aamora

The Architecture of Life. (Philosophy of Perception) series.

Talia Krasicka building dwelling thinking aamora

Building Dwelling Thinking

Photograph inspired by Martin Heidegger’s essay “Building dwelling thinking”.

“We do not dwell because we have built, but we build and have built because we dwell (…) Only if we are capable of dwelling, only then can we build”.

Dwelling consists in accepting in its essence a staying on earth with things as mortals.

Talia Krasicka masonry aamora

Masonry. (Philosophy of Perception) series.

Talia Krasicka moral fiber.aamora

Moral Fiber.( Philosophy of Perception) series

Talia Krasicka Tzimtzum aamora

Tzimtzum   Creation out of Contraction

Talia Krasicka The edgeless nature of dream aamora

The Edgeless Nature of the Dream     

(Philosophy of Perception) series

 

 

Talia Krasicka is a Polish self-taught photographer based in Warsaw, with an academic background in humanities. Her photographic work – inspired both by her life experience and her cultural background – tends naturally towards fine art photography with a careful attention to both aesthetic quality and meaningful content. She is attracted to all kind of internally vibrant phenomena able to trigger poetic and philosophical readings. In her intensely emotional and reflective photographs, she explores different dimensions of human experience of being in the world and of being a world. Her artistic effort focuses on investigating the subtle connections existing between the hidden and the exposed, the visible and the invisible, the conscious and the unconscious. With her own visual language she distills immaterial contents permeating the material world as filtered through human consciousness. Abstract thinking and oneiric perceptions are, she says, what anchors her best in the reality ineluctably modeled by the intrinsic contradictions of human temporality and the fundamental incommunicability of individual inner life. She conceives her work merely as a trigger for the viewers’ internal dialogue with themselves and their parallel personal work of becoming who they are. You can find more of her work on her JPG page and her site

part one of this feature