Krzysztof Światły (1988, Wrocław) is a visual artist, photographer, translator and writer. He used to work as a music journalist for Polish Radio and main Polish newspapers and after graduating from the Institute of Slavic Studies at the University of Wrocław he began to work as a translator. He studied photography at OPT under Filip Zawada, Krzysztof Solarewicz and Arnau Vidal Cascalló. In 2016 his work Voyager Golden Heartbreak was exhibited as part of the group exhibition "On the road" at TIFF Festival. The same year he self-published his first dummy Closer. From 2018 he has been working on his project Paradise Rivers with Sputnik Photos. In 2019 he had two solo exhibition - The Fogcatcher in Tętno gallery in Wrocław accompanied by a zine published by 8991publishing and Paradise Rivers at Fotofestiwal Łódź. In August his project Wavelength curated by Rafał Milach and Ania Nałęcka-Milach was exhibited in Italy. In his work Światły explores themes such as language, visual memory, photography itself, myths, social issues, water, eternity, bonds and desire. Currently he is working on his second book Paradise Rivers Are Drying Up on Earth with Ania Nałęcka-Milach and on a zine Speedometer Jukebox Winter Count with Krzysiek Orłowski.


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