Photo zine by Kamil Śleszyński
Mother died first. But for a time, she came to her daughter whenever she woke up crying. The household said that at night they had heard footsteps and the steady creaking of the cradle. And the crying stopped. However, the family wanted the mother to stop coming. That’s why, following the advice of a neighbor, they scattered peas in the room. It helped.
— Kamil Śleszyński
Bewitchments is his family’s story told in blinks and twitches, in suggestions and flashes. Moments grabbed from memory and gleaned from photographs and recollection. Histories passed down through years, crystal moments no doubt blended with the Chinese whispers resultant from the careering helter skelter of time.
— Robin Titchener
Numbered and Signed copies, Special packaging
Print run: 100
Year of publication: 2023