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Special Treatment by Patricia KlichSpecial Treatment
Patricia Klich
Self Published


74 pages
240×180 mm
ISBN: Not available


Special Treatment photobook functions as a deconstruction of Wanda Jakubowska’s narrative filmThe Last Stage, which was made in Auschwitz in 1947. The film explores the experience of the camp from a female perspective, through a number of key characters. Using stills and image fragments, the photobook is a commentary on images, their use and their power to tell a story, while emphasising the distorting aspect of fictional representation.

Patricia Klich is a visual artist, mainly working in the field of photography and video. She is currently based in Dublin, Ireland. In her work, Patricia references personal human experiences, psychology and image representation, often through the exploration of European history.