PROJECT / "CONSCIOUS"

THE ART OF PLASTIC POLLUTION

Conscious is the photography and art project with the goal to expose how human irresponsible actions regarding plastic wastage and how its affecting our planet, oceans and wildlife. The goal of the project is to rise the awareness in society about plastic pollution using art photography as medium.

The purpose of the project is to make society to be  more  aware and conscious about the use of plastic, minimise the use of it  and RE-ACT NOW ! By being aware of the problem people should start to refuse the single-use of plastic, reduse and reuse it when possible. With the project Anna also wants to bring an attention to the importance of recycling of as much plastic waste as possible, this way reducing the contamination of the seas and oceans.

The plastic pollution is affecting every single living being on the planet Earth. Globally the plastic recycling doesn’t even reach a 20%. Almost half of the plastic is produced for a one time use, meaning it gets descarted afterwards. Every minute almost 1 millon of plastic bottles are sold globally, meaning huge part of it goes to the oceans. Every year up to 5 trillon disposable plastig bags are used. Therefore it is important to raise the  awareness of plastic pollution problem in Mallorca, Spain and globally.

There are many movements and gatherings nowadays addressed to the re-collection of plastic from the beaches and seas, but what is the most dangerous for the animals is a microplastic. Microplastic are an extremely small pieces of plastic debris in the environment resulting from a disposal and breakdow of tha plastic waste. This is extremely dangerous, as a small animals see microplastic as food.

Through the photography, Anna wants to represent the impact of the plastic polution to the animals and human beings.  Four  female models appear on the photographs representing the animals and humans heavily affected by the plastic waste. As an inspiration, Anna used the documentary photography and negative plastic impact  facts to create  FineArt photography, putting together reality and art . Mostly used white and blue tones were sepcifically chosen for a photographs for the reason that  the blue color represents the sea and white – the clarity.

 The plastic use is dangerously rising, as the world population continues to grow. As the plastic is composed of major toxic pollutants, it is causing the harm to our environment, affecting the sea, the air, the plants, the animals and the human beings. Together we can make a difference by refusing the plastic, redusing the use of it, reusing when possible and recycling correctly.

 

 

PROJECT / IN THE LIFE OF A CACTUS

 

PROJECT / LANDSCAPE IN SQUARE / SAHARA DESERT - MOROCCO

 

PROJECT "POLAROID SOUND"

This exhibition (project) contains several series of Polaroid photographs.

The idea arose from my love for Polaroid photo, exactly for the reasons why it became popular in the beginning, and these are the speed and convenience of developing photos.

Bring your camera everywhere, develop photographs at the same time and save the album. Now we can add “the retro feeling” that we have lost with digital cameras, the inability to repeat the image, so that photographed gives free and spontaneous feeling that we have forgotten. They are recruited from the past because only Polaroid photographs have the inimitable style that cannot be edited or reproduced. At the time of taking the photograph in this way what remains is eternal, and therein lies its charm

- photos are unique.

            

 

 

 

PROJECT „NATURE AS WE ARE“

Project „Nature as we are“ contains a series of photographs of nature, the human body in nature, body as an element and the balance between man and nature.

I am interested  in abstraction and working with the landscape as a very personal experience. It is also about exploring how we, as a speicies, occupy the Earth.
The idea was to show the beauty of nature, how people are connected to it and how much they depend on each other.
All the photographs are black and white, and the subjects are mountains, stones, rocks drawing human silhouettes, roots, body figures. The resulting images are an experiment of human emotions, psychological elements of finding yourself. To grow, to develop, to live.
Whom  we see, what we see, whether we see! Who I am?

Answers reveal the human identity and consciousness of the existence.