Glasshouses is a story which is created by calm and melancholic pictures.
It’s a story about the growth of the plants that are used by people and their coexistence with weeds which are trying to live nearby but also with each other.
It’s about matter circulating around nature and dependency of the time of the year and the need of light or water.
It’s an impact between life outside and inside the “dome”. However, these different worlds are connected in some sort of way, even if it’s divided by glass or plastic.
It’s a world of silence and calmness in their temporary existence.
It’s an intimate encounter with different stories which are told by their delicate movement and quiet sounds of nature.
It’s a calm life living its own, not forced rhythm. On the one hand, it has its own privileges but on the other hand, its forced by humans and seasons.
It’s a sphere where different things have an impact on life, they constantly start and end in free life.
All images and text © Marta Szyszka
By Marta Szyszka
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