Mindaugas Ceslikauskas (b.1985, Vilnius, Lithuania) received his BA in Photography and Media Arts from Vilnius Academy of Arts in 2015.
He started using direct positive process in 2012 fall. Currently working with wooden XIX-XX century large format cameras - mainly loaded with expired bromide and chlorobromide photopaper.
A photographer tries to explore how photography of old technology communicates with a modern viewer. He raises a question what is an image in the 21st century? What function does it perform? The author's research field embraces how time is encoded in the technology. Can a photography be a "time machine"?