2022 — Iceland, Norway
About this series
In today’s digital world, there is an increasing tendency to manipulate images using filters and effects, and even to produce all-digital images. We are interested in exploring the space that exists between an authentic image and a transformed image.
In this series we are working on enhancing pictures of nature with color, creating pictures that look both supernatural and spectacular, but still natural enough to be mistaken for reality. These pictures were taken in the heart of Iceland’s southern Highlands, Landmannalaugar, famous for its colourful rhyolite mountains. The photos of the forests are located in the north of Norway, a peninsula called Kjerringøy. It is known worldwide for its coastal-alpine landscape, from the films based on Knut Hamsun’s novels.