Kasia Wozniak

Photo: © Sarabande Foundation 

July – September 2024




Private Views:
Tuesday July 16th 6.30 – 8.30 pm
Sunday July 21st 12.00 – 3.00 pm

Open Days:
Wednesdays 12.00 – 6.00 pm

Viewing by appointment at other times
For further information contact Jonathan Ross:
Phone 07747 807576


Kasia Wozniak is an artist whose work investigates the tangibility of the photograph and how we view photographs today. Using predominantly the wet plate collodion technique, she interrogates ‘truth’ in photography and questions how we experience the time present and time past.

Working with the analogue enables Wozniak to stretch and distort the experience of time. While using long exposures, laborious darkroom experimentations and manipulations she explores the idea of approximation, moving away from veracity to something more liminal. Each anomaly is present and exposed on the surface of the created photograph. 
Simultaneously, she is passionate about the craft in photography and the necessity of its preservation.
Kasia’s work spreads across various personal projects, collaborations as well as commercial commissions. She is currently doing a residency at the Sarabande Foundation in London.

Image of work by Kasia Wozniak

Archival C-Type prints from Unique Chromogenic Image

The series “ANEMOIA” is an ongoing series of photographic portraits of flowers. They explore the feeling of nostalgia for a time or place one has never experienced. Each portrait is captured with a large format camera and photographed directly on colour photographic paper, involving a long exposure to capture the ephemeral beauty and timeless essence of the flowers.

The flowers captured in these portraits have been lovingly nurtured by Camilla Shivarg in her Buckinghamshire cottage garden.