Story: Adam Lach

Nibyland is an attempt to define the contemporary dimension of a community, and what shapes the identity of a place and its inhabitants.
The life of small communities is subjected to significant changes. The modern world, set to the fast pace of life and the development of big cities, provokes us to greater anonymity - how, against this trend, do relationships look in a small community?
Do our origins still define our identity? What are the relationship we share with the people who come from the same area? What is the modern concept of home, family, community?

Project made for Wrzesnia Collection

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