Warsaw Reflections (2009)

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All the photographs from this series were taken with a film camera, without any manipulation neither at the moment of shooting the picture nor at the post-production stage.
In other words, they depict actually existing fragments of Warsaw urban space that everyone can notice, if only they look at it from a different angle (sometimes in the literal sense of the word).
When you watch the city looking at its reflection in the shop windows, you can see the real world interpenetrating with the world created for selling purposes and often unveiling its grotesque. Suddenly, impeccable advertising characters will have trees, crosses and clocks growing out of their heads and shop window dummies will take the form of the Palace of Culture and Science.
Kind of funny, but not completely, kind of a documentary, but quite subjective (as each documentary is anyway).