Kinga was born in Warsaw. Photography for her is a way of describing her perception of the world. As well as graduating from the Phototechnical School and Warsaw School of Photography she also studied biology and has since worked as a microbiologist and laboratory diagnostician.
“I love the landscape in both micro and macro. I think that this kind of photography is the best way to reflect emotions and create a new reality.”
Her series Landscape is a synthesis of the artists’s memories from her trip to Hungary, where she experienced the underground world of caves. She took a lot of pictures above and under ground and combined them together. In this way she managed to visualise impressions of the Hungarian National Parks.
“Cave is a sculpture’s negative space penetrated by the immortally tender water – limestone is not so soft to be caressed earlier than before the end of a million years of deformation.”
- unauthorised translation from Wojciech Kuczok “Poza światłem”.