Autor: Mateusz Sarełło
Tytuł: Swell
Projekt: Ania Nałęcka/Tapir Book Design
Teksty: Kuba Rubaj i Mateusz Sarełło
Edytor/edytorzy: Michał Łuczak
Wydawca: Instytut Kultury Wizualnej, organizator Akademii Fotografii
Data i miejsce: Warszawa 2013
Rozmiar: 17 x 21 cm
Nakład: 350 sztuk 
Ilość stron, ilość obrazów: 88 stron, 42 zdjęcia
Gatunek: Książka fotograficzna
Void of everything that is important. I am trying to think about the “road.” I cannot. I am completely exhausted. All in all, I am going only because of the weather. The prospect of wind, snow, and my flashes on the beach did not let me sleep. Besides, I am afraid of the few days of thinking only about Her, and this way I will have the Baltic Sea. My Baltic Sea. Instead of.
“Swell” is a story of a break-up and of unaccepted loneliness. At first it was supposed to be a documentary project about the Baltic Sea. A plan was drawn up and the places to be visited were marked on the map. During the trips to the Baltic I was accompanied by my girlfriend, until the moment of our parting. The parting changed me and I was no longer able to continue the project according to previously designed plan. I started going back to the places where we were together. Here the project ends, and a personal story begins.

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