[W]eronika Gesicka is a visual artist and photographer from Poland. Weronika works with memory, the mechanisms that create them and the breaking down of these connections. Her images have the perfect gloss of 1950s advertisements, which she disrupts through uncanny and surreal manipulations. It begs the question of how important photographs are to preserving memory. In an age where nearly everything is validated with a digital snapshot to preserve the feeling, Weronika’s pictures resonate with our insatiable fear of forgetting.
You can see more of her pictures on her website.