The series of pictures is a protest and at the same time a warning to every person about what will happen in future if we do not change our attitude towards the environment. Every person has the right to clean air to breathe. We are not indifferent to our environment, are we? We want to live healthily and conscious of our environment. Is that really so?
For many pollution is a difficult topic. Surely everyone is asking themselves if we cannot change anything? – Definitely. Many know about it, but some just don’t care. “The boundaries of tomorrow” symbolize the catastrophic consequences of pollution. The human being recognizes the deadly danger that has done him so much harm. Pollution by industrialization will accompany us to the limits of pain.
Has our fate already been sealed?
AUTHOR: Christoph Woloszyn GERMANY
Christoph Woloszyn was born in Poland. He has been living in Hagen with his family since 1987. In 2010 he took up his study of “Photo design” at the “Institut für Bildende Kunst und Kunsttherapie” (Institute of Fine Arts and Art Therapy ) in Bochum. He holds exhibitions in galleries and houses that are open to art photography. In his creative work he individually takes up questions, techniques and the Avandgardismus of the 20s of the last century to react as an artist to developments and discoveries of one Sigmund Freud. Psychoanalysis has up to this day become a complicated but exciting journey into the dream, the transcendental and the super temporal. Nature and body are used as symbolic forces in his photographic paths. In these metamorphosis’s he varies the eternal topic: the human longing for harmony, for being one (with the natural environment), for “true” beauty.
Christoph Woloszyn is one of those who work their cameras professionally and innovatively. The man from Hagen uses light, technical effects and materials for the alienation of a motif to bring it closer to us, but in a different constellation and from a different point of view. The familiar becomes strange, the unknown exciting and new. For years this artist whose development has progressed amazingly fast and consequently has worked at his programme, his subjects and his stylistic direction. In his experimental imagery he works as a surrealist.
Jörg Loskill, Art historian, author and editor, Translation into English by Marion Grollich
40 years cultural editor of the WAZ