I’m Gabriela Huk and I’m a Polish photographer and linguist currently based in Linköping, Sweden. Fascinated by language as a complex system organizing reality and defining an individual, I undertake visual endeavours to scrutinize human duality and the relationship between a sign and an image.
This website is thought as an overview of my work. It contains both my portfolio and some theoretical thinking about photography/visual imagery and language. Feel free to quote, just remember to include the source. I would be more than happy if you also could give me a shout when you do that.
2013, Slavie Gallery, Nachod, Czech Republic – “Persuasiveness of the Image”
2012, Wozownia Art Gallery, Toruń, Poland - “What’s Hidden at the Bottom of an Eye? Self/Portrait at the turn of the 21st century”
1998, Mm Gallery, Gdańsk, Poland - “My Eyes Don’t Look Where They Ought To”
Written about me and my work:
Hyosup Jung: (EN) Interview to the catalogue for the exhibition “Photography Unknown #1″
O.pl: (PL) Świat oczami współczesnych artystów, 2012
Krzysztof Jurecki: (PL) Re:shaped, 2010
MA in Euroculture, Uppsala University (Sweden)/ Georg-August Universität Göttingen (Germany)
BA in Art Photography, the Fine Arts Academy in Gdansk (Poland)
BA in English Linguistics, the University of Gdansk (Poland)