Ada Zielińska is a visual artist from Warsaw working with photography and installations. Her works tackle catastrophe and material disintegration, which also serves a purpose as self-therapy- an attempt to control what is inevitably going to an end.⁣

Some of her projects revolve around the concept of post-tourism, which encompasses documenting catastrophic events and collecting local artifacts from sites, such as the Australian bushfires, the Notre Dame fire, or the flooding of Venice. At MAR, she focused on the context of developing her post-tourism series. Andalusia, one of the highly visited regions of Spain, is not only a beautiful place but it's also home to flash floods, severe drought, ecological off-balance due to invasive species, and issues relating to plastic pollution.
Photos by Ada Zielińska
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