Whether geometric or not, Dobrochna Wojda's photographs are an attempt to extract from her surroundings what usually escapes our perception educated to perceive only specific shapes bearing useful information. The artist's photographs contradict that. Cracks in a wall, peeling plaster, various water stains, shadows cast by objects - can all become a self-sufficient form which requires no justification as it evokes new associations, creates a new world. Such hidden phenomena are countless and their discovery depends solely on the photographer's eye, which cuts out, frames, transforms, reinterprets, surpasses all that everyday reality presents. We all know our eyes deceive us showing only a substitute of reality, a certain version of it, but Dobrochna Wojda's photos prove that the lie of photography can be somewhat liberating from the set patterns of perception.