Gdyczynski’s digital-composite method borrows from the film-based process of double exposure, with the unpredictable effects that it produces. The method relates to the way the human mind composes memories—often layering new details onto unrelated events. Gdyczynski creates photographic composites by layering images to form a single impression.
She is fascinated by gathering spaces, how public spaces are inhabited, and how the personal experiences that have occurred within them leave indelible marks, even after they have been demolished or converted. Her photographic inspiration is found exploring the interior spaces of Toronto, and through a constant quest for the perfect cappuccino.