Dorotka Kaczmarek, Untitled 4, from the series All That We See or Seem, 2015. © Dorotka Kaczmarek. Courtesy of the artist
Dorotka Kaczmarek’s project All That We See or Seem screams in my face “you don’t know, you don’t understand.” I’m pushed by force into the world of philosophy of pure experience, where only colour and spatial and temporal systems work.
"[…] if we analyse what we call the external world, we will realise that it is only a set of conscious contents, nothing more. An inextricable connection between consciousness and the object, the self and the world emerges: there is not and cannot be any object that is not the object of consciousness, just as there is no consciousness that is not the consciousness of some object […].”
In a few years’ time, no doubt, Kaczmarek’s works will be entirely familiar and described. Now I am looking at something that I have not yet destroyed with knowledge. And I enjoy this moment, because it is a rare one.
„[…] my ideas are just as real as I am […].”
Curator: Igor Omulecki
Dorotka Kaczmarek (born 1990, Gdańsk)
She graduated in art history from the University of Warsaw and from the Academy of Photography in Warsaw. In her works she tests the possibilities of the photographic medium, mostly using digital manipulation. She searches for unusual combinations of textures and objects, and likes to use illusion and deformation.
 Władysław Tatarkiewicz, Historia filozofii, volume 3, Warszawa 2003, p. 102.
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