Before heading back to Copenhagen, end of my journey, I spent an afternoon in the town of Skive in Jutland. It was so calm, and full of autumn colours while I was there. The rain stopped in the morning and I have been greeted by the sun.
I hope you all had a great time for the holidays.
For me, new year, new projects. If I learnt anything from 2014, it would be to focus more on myself to communicate better with others.
It is why I decided to work on these four different projects in 2015.
The first one is actually something I started working on years ago. Back when I was in art school, I started to research The Four Horsemen due to one of our assignments. I went with another idea for school, and kept the four horsemen for a personal project. At the time, I wanted to draw and paint, but I have never managed (so far) to create what I had on my mind on a piece of paper.
It remained an unfinished business at the back of my mind, until I started to think about it again a few weeks ago. I might not be able to truly work on this theme by drawing, but I can do it with photography. New year, I decided to finish projects I started.
The second one is a project I started last year and still a work in progress. At first it was a work on colours, patterns and sounds with bath bombs (Waves), and I will carry on working this project. But I also attend to develop it furthermore into the world of the bathroom with the effects of mist and soap.
My third one is a brand new one. While researching for The Four Horsemen, I came across a book showing all sites part of UNESCO world heritage. Curious, I looked at the sites which became world heritage the year of my birth. That is how my new project came to my mind. It will be a long term project, but interesting I am sure, to go capture all those sites, all the sites which became world heritage the year of my birth. Finding a pattern to choose the sites was somehow random, but since I wanted to get even closer to my projects, going by the year I was born sounded quite interesting.
My last one is also a brand new one. The idea started when discussing the problem of being a photographer and a woman with someone who is not a photographer. I would love to showcase all the obstacles, obvious or not, I bump into when working. I think it would be interesting for other people to see what it can mean to be a woman working as a photographer and artist.
All of them will ask load of work, but I am fairly excited to start working on all of them.
I'd love to share my travelling experiences, thoughts on politics and life. As a photographer, I love to work on lines and colours. I get more and more fascinated by details in landscapes or architecture. I like to seek unknown places and strange sceneries, to discover the world and meet new people.
I came back to university this year, as I wanted to get the opportunity to study History of Art and Archaeology. I'd like to study furthermore Prehistory and Protohistory, especially Celtic culture.
Except if stated otherwise, all photographs are mine. Usually taken with my camera, phone or tablet.