No matter what impact a photo may have had on us, quickly most of them are forgotten, annihilated in the sea of images in which we are drowning tirelessly. I am deeply convinced that any still image, to remain more than a furtive pleasure, must be supported by its legend. This short story infused by the author to the light footprint captured by the camera gives any images its full meaning. Such a text does not necessarily have to be descriptive. It can be, of course, but it can also be suggestive, vague, difficult to decifer. It will only be a key for the viewer, forcing him to think, to ultimatly spend some time with the content of a photo. It is a way of creating communication, opening discussion, being alive. Then the viewer's soul may go wherever he wants with any image...

My photo "The House of the Screaming Lady" allowed me to be named Photographer of the month by the Danish organization Better Moment in June 2017.

My work, Life Line from the Tuurngaq project as been selected and included in the 2017Aperture Summer Open: On Freedom organized by Aperture Fondation in New York.  Curated by For Freedoms, the 2017 Aperture Summer Open: On Freedom offers a photographic response to Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Four Freedoms: freedom of speech, freedom of religion, freedom from want, and freedom from fear.

 

SEE: APERTURE FOUNDATION’S 2017 SUMMER OPEN EXHIBITION – ON FREEDOM Posted by Diana M. | Aug 9, 2017 at www.yaguniversity.com/aperture-foundations-2017-summer-open-exhibition-on-freedom/

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