Never can we free ourselves from what surrounds us, we can only adapt or leave.
Tuurngaq was originally a rather benevolent spirit that the Inuit could call upon when in need. With Christianity, this spirit, freed from its original role, was assimilated to a demon. These few images are a search for traces left by Tuurngaq. This is a naive effort to illustrate the impact of freedom on the contemporary Inuit society of Greenland and as a parallel, how freedom, like Tuurngaq, at first desirable, may become malignant. These images attempt to document the price associated with such a freedom obtained at the expense of Nature herself.