To say that Asia is far away and different is to say the most shallow thing; but it doesn’t mean that it’s not true. In Silent Mode continent of billions is empty and uninhabited. The perspective is focused on the shape of the world itself, crafted by humans, on the mark left by Japanese, who orbit between almost non-existent private sphere and omnipresent public – all seen by an observer from the outside, who’s not claiming a right to understand all of this. What was supposed to happen here, happened long ago – or will not happen at all.
paper: Munken Polar 120g
print: HP Indigo
cover: PCV 250g
2 x sticker
size 18.6 cm x 28.7 cm
Adam Wilkoszarski is a polish documentary/landscape photographer based Poznań, Poland, born in 1986.
He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Photography from University of Arts in Poznań. In his works he concentrates on the ways in which places, which are usually full of people, are changing the very moment when they become abandoned and empty. He tries to find places in which the borders between public and private spheres are blurred and he is looking for the signs of disappearing or crossing of those borders.