Maciek Jasik produces images which focus on society’s relationship with nature and questions of representation and the self, while employing various in-camera techniques to create parallel worlds of color. Like Cubism demonstrated before, seeing reality from one angle is very limiting. Moreover, by focusing on what is visible to the camera, we ignore what is not; a golf course can be built on a landfill, a bank over a cemetery. In ‘The World with Us’ we do not see a straight landscape. We witness a combination of what is straight ahead with what is behind, above, to the left or right. The images demonstrate that our status is forever unknowable and our over-reliance on the visible will always prevent us from approaching the truth. Maciek was born in Poland but grew up on the East coast of the USA. He studied Political Science, lived in Japan, worked for fashion photographers in New York and ended up producing content for clients like Adidas, IDEO, Apple, The New York Times, GQ, Wired UK, among others. He currently resides in the Southwest.