"When Kacper Kowalski soars into the clouds in a motorized paraglider or a gyrocopter, he experiences this state with all his senses: he is surrounded by waves of hot and cold air, he feels vibrations, wind and humidity. Paradoxically, it is under these conditions that his mind quiets down, reaches the state of absolute concentration necessary in the double role of photographer and pilot. Then the landscape begins to speak the language of symbols, shapes and signs.
His latest project, Arché, (gr. "the beginning of things") is a story about the relationship between humans and nature, a reflection on the connections between the past and the present that can be seen, for example, in our need for spirituality.(...)
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