Back at N’Gor Island Senegal 2012 🏄
Visited @arosartmuseum this evening to see Michael Kvium’s new exhibition “FOOLS”. Very recommendable! Always been one of my absolute favorite artists. (at ARoS Aarhus Kunstmuseum)
Began planning a new solo exhibition today - taking place in the beginning of the new year. This will be my first one ever in Denmark. Quite excited.
Off to Aalborg, to visit the good old folks from Ranum Efterskole 🚇 (at GalleriV58)
Visited a couple of galleries today with my father - Galerie MøllerWitt, Kunsthal Aarhus and Galleri V58. Here, “Irgendwo” by Frank Paul. (at GalleriV58)
Visiting grandma today. 8 hours of public transportation in total.. Here we gooooo… (at Stoholm Station)
“To Drown” (2014) on Flickr.
Here’s another photo from my future book. I know I say this a lot, but I absolutely can’t wait to show you the final product! Oh my.
I don’t want to tell too much about these “teaser photos”, but this photo is part of a 6photo series, about being lost. Lost in the spectrum between home and paradise. Lost in the search for the better place.
Have a good evening!
🌖 Late night experimenting. Now, back to work..
"Backyard" (2014) on Flickr.
I returned to the fields near my house last night, for the first time in year. It was strange, yet beautiful, to walk through the fields in the same tracks, as the ones I walked in a year ago. The weather was perfect, gloomy, dark, foggy and slightly cold - exactly as what I have been missing. As I were shooting, a couple of dears and gees stopped by, while frogs sang in the background. It felt like the fields welcomed me home.
It’s so great to feel the arrival of Autumn, after more or less a year of summer. Missed these cold rainy days heaps!
"Coffee is …" (2014)
Another photo from my future book. The photo is part of a humorous and whimsical series regarding my love for coffee. The series was shot back in Brisbane - Australia, where I lived 4,5 month out of my 10 month on the road.
Have a nice friday!
"Around the sun" (2014) on Flickr.
One of the photos from my future book (which is estimated to be published in Feb 2015) about my 10 month long travel on the other side of the world.
At the moment I’m working on the book; shooting extra material, editing tons of photographs from my journey, building sculptures, writing etc. Its an extremely big project and I got a long way to go, but it’s indescribable exciting and pleasing to work with! I can’t wait to show you the book!
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