Magdalena Wutkowska (b. 1986, Poland) attempts to visually describe her personal perspective on people’s relationship with their surroundings and processes associated with it, such as alteration, choice, chaos and displacement. She focuses on man-altered landscapes, landscape-altered people and the connection between inner and outer setting. Although mostly self-taught, in her photographic practice she experiments with a variation of different materials and techniques.

Courses and workshops:
2018     Wet plate collodion workshop at The Photoscope in Copenhagen, organised by Lene Grinde and taught by Daniel Samanns.
2017     'Building a personal body of work' (online course) at International Centre of Photography, USA, taught by Martine Fougeron

Selected publications:
2019 May   Online Group Exhibition 'Compelling Dreams' - Analog Forever, curated by Russell Joslin
2019 May   International group exhibition 'Stranger than Fiction' in Rome - LoosenArt
2019 Apr    Online group exhibition 'Private Document' - Analog Forever
2019 Feb   Picture of the day at Don't Take Pictures
2019 Feb   Online group exhibition 'Winter pictures' - Humble Arts Foundation
2018 Jan    Uncertain Magazine, Issue #2, Kafkaesque

Mentions/features on social media:
2018 Aug   hiermag
2018 Mar   outcast_mag
2017 Dec   kodak
2017 Nov   garbageportfolio
2017 Nov   garbageportfolio
2017 Nov   freshfrompoland
2017 Nov   na.filmie
2017 Oct    bigcatsdontcry
2017 Oct    na.filmie 
2017 Sep   squaremag

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