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About the Art

‘Untitled, plate #8’ belongs to ‘The Liminal Points Project’, a re-exploration of the Penn Wood forest in Buckinghamshire (England), where Nick grew up. The ancient, 500 acre woodland has special meaning to his childhood and his family’s history. The scars from WW2 bombers created dells to play in bordered by thick foliage of bracken and punctured by Beech trees. Nick returned here because of a yearning for disconnection from his current world and to be re-invigorated by a past, re-connecting w…

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Curator Insights

Nick Kaplony

Nick Kaplony said:

"I’m really excited by these images. Forgive the terrible pun, but there’s a real sense that these landscapes are psychologically (and literally) charged with significance."

Stephen Beddoe

Stephen Beddoe said:

"These meticulously researched and prepared photographs result in works of great elemental depth and beauty – the rock, caves and earth absorb the colour to such a degree that one has (literally) to search for the light, drawing the viewer further into the work and world of Rochowski "

About the Artist

Born of Malaysian, English and Polish heritage in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire in 1981, Nick Rochowski is a London based photographer. His artistic practice involves extensive observation and explorative research of a historical or changing landscape, built environment or interior space. The work…

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