Polish conceptual artist Wasko pioneered the use of the camera as part of the performance, instead of as merely an instrument to document the performance. This exhibition showcases work from a key period in his life. His photographic work is a highlight of the show: the aforementioned act of ‘performing’ with the camera breathes life into the images. The works each consist of a series of slightly changing views of the same object, captured via various head movements in order to portray a full field of perception.
Originally published in issue #124, February 2014.