The factory was established in 1889 under the name Plant Motte, Meillassoux and Caulliez. The complex, in brick and stone architecture, which can be seen neo-Gothic elements, was designed by Edward Lilpop reportedly known in Lodz and Warsaw architect of many buildings, mainly banks. Near the plant was the first in the stadium, as well - that does not exist today - cycling track. In 1926, "Motty" changed its name to Union Textile. After the war, the factory was called Czestochowa Woollen Industry Plant and then Elanex.
For more than 10 years I work on photography and video. This work resulted with the exhibitions, some awards and editorial - Distorted Past and Key West - Sweetheart City - photo books. Inspiration to my work comes from dark ambient and cold wave music. Inspiration to my work comes from dark ambient and cold wave music. I have began my artistic path from video ( awarded short movie 'Ahrmenia' ) but I focused more on photography for the last years. Anyway I am double skilled. I can work as pro on both ways - photo and video/television. Areas of interests: theatre / film / music / architecture / dark ambient - music / dark wave / modern art / colours grey - white - black / modern architecture / dokumentary film / photography / video / modern ballet / humanoid / death / movement / old factories / empty places / abandoned world / industrial / scandinavian style / theatre / cold wave /
Postrzecky Family Published March 01, 2013