Astrid Gjersøe Skåtterød – www.astrid-gs.com
puzzle over modern human behaviour and take images of electric light sources.
Inga Björk – www.glesbygdsbor.se
contemplate on what we are afraid and ask why so many of us are afraid of this “others”.
Anne Lise Flavik – photographer and project manager, Fotografihuset 2016
write that “it is as difficult to define the term photography as it is to define love”.
Ingvild Melberg Eikeland – www.ingvild-melbergeikeland.squarespace.com/
poetic and beautiful documentation of bird watchers.
Janne Amalie Svit – www.imagetroopers.com
inspired by Björk materialises a series of flowery, imaginative studio images.
Magdalena Kotkowska – email@example.com
takes images of gardens in her hometown in Poland, a fascinating interplay between man and nature.
Merete Haseth – www.imagetroopers.com
inspired by the writings of Haruki Murakami, alluring images that try to “depict a certain state or a mood of the inhabitants in an imaginary country”.
Mona Ødegård – www.monamonamona.com
dealing with dog shows where dogs are judged by their appearances. The judge quotes could be transferred in to the context of people judging other people.
Ole Brodersen – www.olebrodersen.com
with his tools, a large format camera, led lights, a bonfire, sailing supply and such, he photographs the forces of nature.