The work Uncanny space is an original response to space, which has been presented in a unique way. It is a work made in digital technology, computer modeled and rendered so as to capture the ambiguous frame of the spatial composition of the interior of the object. An insightful space that results from the study of the surrounding reality, taking into account the attention to nature, art and beauty. An attempt to look at abstract interiors in constant admiration and a certain surprise, while searching for freshness in designing unique spaces. The author uniquely positioned the camera by hiding under water and framing this space to create a unique setting. Structures made of repetitive elements producing chiaroscuro images have been designed. An attempt was made to create space with light.

BY  Dominika Zawojska-Kuriata (PL)

Dominika Zawojska-Kuriata (born 1988 in Szczecin) ― Polish interior designer, Dean of the Faculty of Interior Design of the Academy of Art in Szczecin (since 2021). She graduated from bachelor's studies at the Faculty of Visual Arts at the Academy of Art in Szczecin, specializing in Interior Design in the Studio of Exhibition Design obtaining a bachelor's degree (2012). She completed her master's studies in 2014 at the Faculty of Interior Design and Scenography at the University of Arts Magdalena Abakanowicz in Poznań in the Interior Design Studio. Also at this university, she obtained a PhD in art (2019) creating a project in the field of interior design and public space. Since the academic year 2020/2021, the Head of the Department of Interior Design of the Faculty of Interior Design of the Academy of Art in Szczecin, as the Dean of the Faculty of Interior Design.