Patrycja Wojtas (b. 1990) is a photographer, visual artist. Graduated from the Leon Schiller National Higher School of Film, Television and Theathre in Łódź (diploma in Photography). She got the Ministry of Culture scholarship in 2017, within which she carried out the cycle Kruszywo/Debris, as well as a project of her photobook. She cooperated with the Archeology of Photography Foundation, e.g. preparing publications Emulsja and LUX, as well as during archival and research queries. She presented her works during group and individual exhibitions, among others, within the activity of the curatorial collective Lajt in Szczecin (Cache, 2017) and the TIFFFestival in Wrocław (Debris, 2018). She participated in FOMU Photobook Workshop in Antwerp and published her works in such magazines as Der Greif, Yet Magazine, FotoRoom, Zwykłe Życie.
Her art practice focuses on the relationship between the human being and the landscape. She tracks the history of the ways of space use, of the actions and transformations that leave a series of dispersed marks behind. Including archival materials in her practice, she reveals the changeability of the space in time and constructs a visual essay about memory.