Marzena Wasikowska: Fallen

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Marzena Wasikowska is a Polish born and Canberra-based visual artist who works with the photographic medium in portraiture and in the landscape both in Australia and Europe.

A recent, and intriguing body of work is Fallen, which was produced between 2004-07.

The images are dark, blurred, monotone and in low light. They are of rocks walls and a hole in the ground. We are in the abyss or the underworld, or the unconscious. It could be well be images of the Australian landscape as sites for representations of Australian history and memory.
It is difficult to say more about this project because there is no text, and I can find no reviews of the work on the web. Wasikowska's most recent body of work on waterscapes can be found at Light Journeys

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