Tree trunks captured from a frog perspective form a vertical axis of composition, one that is also an axis of comparison of the two sides of a tree. Female bodies photographed by Dłubak from a similar perspective rise upwards like obelisks, the thighs and torsos filling the frame, becoming monumental. The similarity of perspective calls into question the way we view these two different objects – the tree and the body – and the associations this evokes. The tree and the body acquire common attributes: stability, monumentality, vitality, sensuality.
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