Each journey begins from the inside. A set of photographs was created during work on a project telling about the nineteenth-century ways of traveling: a raft, a sailing ship, a balloon. All images were registered in the wet collodion technique. It was a process that allowed photographers to leave the studio more and more easily. Like them, I was fascinated by the movement. It was also a journey on the scale of exposure - to light. I was able to illuminate my low-sensitive plate for fractions of a second. At the other end of the scale were photographs of interiors, which I registered for several minutes. Because these are abandoned places, perhaps - some anthropomorphizing them - it was easier to wait for them, until a small dose of light registered the picture. Initially, I did not connect them in a cycle. Soon I saw that they belong to the journey like the smell of a home after returning from vacation.
Andrzej Górski is a graduate of Photography Faculty at The Film School (PWSFTViT) in Łódź and of Opawa School of Photography in The Czech Republic. He is a member of Society of Polish Art Photographers (ZPAF). He is also a scholar of The Ministry of Culture and National Heritage for the project “1863” which refers to the places and the events of The January Uprising. Now he is working at the project “How did people travel in 19th century?”