The series 'Surface Studies' serves as a phenomenological study of consciousness and questions how we experience photographs. How object confined in rectangular flat surface becomes experienced as three-dimensional despite the fact that we only see one side or just a fragment of it? Are we able to decode it and can we guess a meaning behind it even though the object is devoid of its context? How is it then constituted in our consciousness? In Surface Studies Marta Wlusek uses diverse objects to reflect on implications between phenomenology, language, and photography.

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