En online udstilling om hverdagslivet i pludselig isolation og karantæne. Over hele verden på samme tid.
Fotojournalist, Katrine Noer, fik ideen til en verdensomspændende visuel dagbog. Det startede med et polaroid om dagen for hukommelsen til eftertiden. I sin egen proces fik hun ideen til at brede denne visulle dagbog ud, og fik via et Instagram opslag sendt engangskameraer afsted til deltagere over hele verden.
Grønland, Spanien, Vietnam, Holland, Danmark, Israel, Australien og Indien – og flere lande i vente. Alle tager de ét billede om dagen og tilføjer et notat. Når filmrullen er brugt, sender de kameraet retur til Danmark, hvor Katrine scanner og vælger ud.
Girls Are Awesome har fulgt Atla i sit daglige arbejde og i arbejdet op til udstillingen ‘Nedsmeltning’.
“I don’t think that it necessarily has anything to do with our gender, but moreso the feminine energy and feminine values that we cultivate — creating an environment where there’s room for everything. You can come into work and have a cry, there is always a shoulder to cry on; and equally, you can come in feeling on top of the world, and we are there to uplift that energy even further,” Linnea is saying. “All these feelings can excite at the same time. There are no wrong feelings. There are no expectations; there’s nothing you can’t do or any particular way you have to act. There are all these very different emotions at play.” (…) Læs artikel.
LEVELD af Signe Luksengard
Nyeste fotobog i vores webshop er af den norske fotograf, Signe Fuglesteg Luksengard.
“My hometown is Leveld. 300 people live here. I grew up on a farm that was built by my great-great-grandfather and that has been passed on to the oldest son of the family for five generations. This inherits rule is in Norwegian called “Odel”.
It was seen as a duty to keep the farm alive for the next generation. For most people, it was a natural choice. Today girls can have the odel too. In my family that is me. And I’m the first to have a choice.
This is a project is about home, about one’s roots, and one’s identity. Everyday life, attachment, and detachment. About those who stayed, those who left, and those who moved back. And about a choice, I have to make all by myself.”
– Signe Fuglesteg Luksengard