TRANSIT
— 2014

Contemporary urban landscape is changing all the time. Highways and ring roads are the latest and most visible phenomenons. They are now the greatest change in the appearance of Warsaw. After many years, finally, Polish capital city got connected to the network of European highways.

New hubs were built. Viaducts, ramps, overpasses, exits and entrances. Warsaw people must now learn again how to navigate and move across the city. They are getting used to the fact that it takes four and a half hours to reach Gdansk and five to reach Berlin.

These "non-places" are extremely attractive for a photographer. Raw, concrete and monumental structures were built under constuction rules known all over the world. The sterile, anonymous structures are unfriendly to someone who does not have a car. They brutally change everything around.

They fascinate.

 
 
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