Kacper Kowalski is both a photographer and a pilot. He has spent thousands of hours airborne, camera in hand. From the height of about 150 meters (while steering his paraglider or his gyroplane) he has captured landscapes unseen from the ground, colorful streaks accompanying the changing of the seasons and the blurred boundaries of where civilization and nature overlap. He has shown us reduced to blurred dots immersed in the architectural context in which we exist , all enclosed in visually spectacular frames. The photography book Over is the result of an evolution in Kacper Kowalski’s practice. It is his...
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