Lukasz Kubicki (1986) is a Polish visual artist, currently conducting a practice-led research (Ph.D.) at the University of South Wales (UK). Using photography as a primary tool, his work investigates themes of duration, pace, trace and time explored through work of Bergson, Deleuze and Barthes. The labour, long walks and nights in the studio, incorporated in his practice provide an innate and elusive ambiguity, that blurs the devision between the artist, a tool and his surrounding. Often black and white images, and nuanced tonal pallet alter the perception of the space and time.


Made in Roath, g39, Cardiff

Northern Lights: Proximity and Distance, Yorkshire Artspace, Sheffield
Master Show, CSAD, Cardiff Metropolitan University

RPS International Print Exhibition 158, The Hive, Worcester
RPS International Print Exhibition 158, Warrington Museum & Art Gallery, Warrington

Made to Stray, The Abacus, Cardiff
Beyond the Camera, Pingyao International Photography Festival, China
RPS International Print Exhibition 158, Old Truman Brewery / Royal Albert Hall, London
Cream 15 Showcase of Graduate Photography Talents, Brighton
RPS International Print Exhibition 158, Aberystwyth Arts Centre, Aber- ystwyth

Pattern in My Carpet, Project Space / Newport Museum, Newport
Theatre of Life, River Front, Newport
Made in Pill - A Take Away Photography Exhibition, Newport

Democracy in Action in Wales, Synyd, Cardiff