Photo: David Benham

February 18th – March 6th 2014



Wet-plate collodion photographs


Private views:
Tuesday February 18th 6.30 – 8.30pm
Thursday February 20th 6.30 – 8.30pm
Sunday February 23rd 12.00 – 3.00pm

Plus Open days:
Wednesday February 26th 12.00 – 6.00pm
Wednesday March 5th 12.00 – 6.00pm

Viewing by appointment at other times.

For further information contact Jonathan Ross: Phone 07747 807576


2013 MA Fashion Photography, LCF, University of the Arts London
2011 BA (Hons) Fashion Photography, LCF, University of the Arts London
2008 Foundation Studies in Art and Design, LCC, University of the Arts, London

2013 Vignette Finalist Exhibition, Photographique, Bristol
2013 Fresh Prints, ShowRoom Gallery, London
2013 MA Graduate Show, Victoria House, London
2012 Windows and Mirrors, Everyman Cinema Belsize Park, London
2011 Deconstruction Project, Homeless Gallery, Southend on Sea
2011 BA Graduate Show, London

2013 Vignette Photography Award, Winner.
2011 Harold Tillman Scholarship Award, Winner.

Kasia Wozniak is a photographer who specialises in the Wet Plate Collodion process.

The Wet Plate Collodion process is one of the first photography techniques, dating back to the beginning of the nineteenth century. The photograph is an outcome of a photographic ceremony, starting with the preparation of chemical solutions, pouring the negative solution onto the glass plate, which is then placed in the camera and exposed to the subject, the ceremony ends with developing the image in the darkroom. The fixed plate then becomes a hand crafted photograph.

Kasia is fascinated by the idea of creating a photographic image that is permanent and fragile, encapsulating the bespoke element of the photograph created once and only once, in the moment never to be repeated. Simultaneously, she is concerned with the relationship between photographer, sitter and the viewer. Her work questions the authenticity of the image and how we view photographs today. Intrigued by how the photographic image can become an object in its own right in the age of digital image making.
Born in Poland 1983, lives and works in London.