NOTHING HAS CHANGED
Inside every human being is an animal instinct, a primordial urge that reminds us of our ancestors and when we were wild. Polish photographer Agnieszka Gotowała (1986) captures the relationship between the body and nature in her series Nothing Has Changed, exploring fragments of memories and the freedom of working with the human body. The images combine photographs of nature, including overgrown hedges, cloud patterns and icy ground, with more surreal portraits of nude models, focusing on their own natural hair, or follicle additions, such as a line of fur running down the back of one subject. Gotowała aims to make the viewer question what is real and what she has manipulated, playing with the power of nature.