The Real Dreams

Running time: 10’54’’

Production: PL 2014

The film consists of time-lapse images taken in different spaces converted into camera obscura. These are: the igloo, hunting pulpit, cave, tent, boat and caravan. The author shows the magical aspect of photography that appears spontaneously in nature and is omnipresent. Inside a closed, darkened space you need to create a small hole to be able to admire moving projections of reality. The external view of the world is inverted inside the room, so two spaces merge into one extraordinary image. The author selected the spaces which are , to a degree, shelters: “When I am hidden inside, I am simultaneously an observer of the outside world and the background to the projection of nature. It is, in a sense, a work about me, about my deep connection with nature.”



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