"Locus" by Szymon Kowalczyk


By (author): Szymon Kowalczyk

Title: Locus

Subtitle: Inside out and upside down


The book "Locus" is a collection and summary of the artistic work by Szymon Kowalczyk, also known as algidaphotos. In genetics, "locus" refers to the location of a gene, and in this case, it represents the artistic gene itself. "Locus" also signifies the specific place that holds pivotal importance in each series. These are the locations where individuals are situated, becoming the main subjects of the photographs. These places define and isolate them from their context. Notably, no AI assistance is employed in any of the images. "Locus" unveils a visual world where human presence merges seamlessly with meticulously designed lighting, offering a fresh perspective that transcends artificial enhancements.

ISBN: 978-87-94484-18-3

Book language: English

Publishing house: Snap Collective

Website: www.snap-collective.com

Publisher representative: Madara Ulme

Editorial assistant: Constantin Salagor

Published on: 7/17/2023

Category: Art

Keywords: Locus, photography, Szymon Kowalczyk

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