- is about getting rid of one's privacy to attain selfhood. Among many European countries the right wing parties gain power based on fear of strangers. Their policy offers freedom, independence, and personal development by getting rid of foreigners and culturally different people. Strong, national ' heteronormative' family is their goal. I've decided to study some other life scenarios. I found people in Europe who can afford to be fully ' independent'. People who have money, education and skills that allow them to rent or buy a flat on their own but didn't want to live such a life. They decided to give away some of their privacy and live together with other strangers.
2013 - in progress
2017 – „ In community everyone must be nice” photo reportage was published in DuÅ¼y Format
2016 - Common Space was partly shooted with help of VII Photo Agency ( VII Masterclass in Berlin 2016 / 2017 )
2015 – Common space – VII Festival of Photography in OstroÅ‚ā™ka ( individual);
2015 - more in Gazeta Wyborcza
2015 – text and photo reportage „ The common space – in other words- uncommon life” was published in DuÅ¼y Format Magazine