The End of the City
Project info

The End of the City is about dreams and turning them into reality. The project was carried out in a limited area; on the border of one of the largest Polish cities. In Poland, suburban space is an expression of freedom, since it was only after the fall of communism that Poles were given the right to do business, sell grounds and build houses. Tremendous economical growth let people benefit from liberal modernization and turn dreams into reality. Polish suburbia is shaped by a romantic vision of a good life and ambitions of those who left their cities. The project consists of photographs and interviews with inhabitants of the area, who were asked to describe how they had imagined living outside the city and what living there actually meant for them. To read the inhabitants stories go to: