Artist statement

It is something with photography that makes me spellbound, and it is something with photographs’ way of telling things that are not truly outspoken that puzzles me.

In my work I see photographs as things that affects us: how we behave, how we think about things, how we experience ourselves.

It could be family photographs, images in an archive or images found on facebook, they all play a part in how certain ideas about certain things arises. Sometimes it seems like photographs get lives on their own, sometimes it seems like someone has to revive their visual content.

As a medium photography is a way to explore, to control, to collect, to amuse, to preserve; to do something with the world. When I hold the camera, I try to catch things that would otherwise be impossible to hold – the wind, the changing light or the feeling of waves.

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