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Carol By Julia Norlander

Editions: 20 Size: 70×50 cm Technique:  Print     About the piece The portrait of  is a piece from the series ’Light’. In this body of work Norlander explores themes of psychological conditions. To understand the subject on a deeper level she collaborates with a psychologist, together they study the topic and how to communicate it in imagery. Norlander is portraying these elements of human conditions by making use of symbolism, contrasts, shapes and layers. With the large format camera, multiply exposures, alternative lighting techniques and movements she manipulates her images in such way that is only possible with the right ”tools”. She believes that through analogue recording you will reach closer to the actual experience. The medium forces you to be precise and focused and therefore more present in the moment of capture. Carol The portrait of  is a piece from the series ’Light’. In this body of work Norlander explores themes of psychological conditions. To understand the subject on a deeper level she collaborates with a psychologist, together they study the topic and how to communicate it in imagery. Norlander is portraying these elements of human conditions by making use of symbolism, contrasts, shapes and layers. With the large format camera, multiply exposures, alternative lighting techniques and movements she manipulates her images in such way that is only possible with the right ”tools”. She believes that through analogue recording you will reach closer to the actual experience. The medium forces you to be precise and focused and therefore more present in the moment of capture. About the artist Julia Norlander (b. 1984) graduated with a BA in photography from The Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Melbourne in 2010. In her photography she recreates the emotional states that she experiences through focusing on shape, pattern and color. By trying to recreate the feeling or condition, she reaches both deeper and closer to what is below the conscious surface. She believes that we all conceal truths in our subconscious – truths that are unexplored or secret and are only revealed when we dream or fantasize.Read more

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Apartments By Victor Bergstedt

Editions: 25 Size: 50×70 cm Technique: Photography   About the piece Apartments  is taken in an apartment complex in Hong Kong, this place is one of the most famous places in Hong Kong as many photographers have been there. They have recorded some movies in the place, most famous is Transformers. So when Bergstedt saw the place and a lot of different images for the first time, he thought it looked cool and that he really wanted to shoot it, but the image you usually see is a lookup from the ground floor – Bergstedt wanted to find a different angle he hadn’t seen before. There was a parking garage next to the building, guarded. Bergstedt and his friends waited until the guard didn’t see, and snuck in, to get a symmetrise picture of the complex. Once Bergstedt took the picture, he didn’t really think about the spot, what it really was, etc. But when he later looked at it, he saw a lot of terrible things in the picture. People actually live in those small old apartments, up to a whole family of six. For Bergstedt the image symbolizes that somehow there is something beautiful in the dark and “horrible” places. About the artist Victor Bergstedt (b. 1995) is a Stockholm based photographer. He is interested in capturing places that not many people visit and how powerful things can happen in these depopulated places. In his photographs he uses a sensitive technique to capture the details of the movement of the smoke. He is inspired by how a small components can become a powerful feeling.Read more

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t_01 By Frida-My

Editions: 10 Size: 24×32,8 cm Technique: Photography About the piece t_01 is part of a series of photographs that are very intimate and personal but Frida-My believes that all can relate to and feel something about them. In this photograph, there is a focus on color and shape, it is abstract and minimalist but contains both memories and emotions. The name is inspired by the digitization of the analogue. The analogue expression has always been the most intimate for Frida-My, it is where she feels the most personal, which makes her believe that those images become the strongest. They are impulsive, spontaneous, and often more about catching the moment than arrange and create. Being able to switch between the free and refined form of creation is how Frida-My prefers to work. About the artist Frida-My (b. 1992) is a photographer and visual creative based in Stockholm. She works with both stills and moving images and implements them both in art and commercial projects. She has studied photography at Akademin Valand and is currently attending Fotoskolan STHLM. In addition, she also has a graphic design diploma from Berghs School of Communication and has attended the University of Stockholm for media, communication and art studies. Her work has been exhibited at spaces such as Kulturhuset, Moderna Museet, F12 and Berlin Atonal. The thing Frida-My appreciates the most with images and visual expression is to mix different practices and contexts. This means she likes to blend digital pictures with analogue and almost always creates moving image to her still-image series. In addition, she collaborates with friends or other creators to get challenged and grow. The analogue expression has always been the most intimate for Frida-My. It is where she feels the most personal, which makes her believe that those images become the strongest. They are impulsive, spontaneous, and often more about catching the moment than arrange and create. Being able to switch between the free and refined form of creation is how she prefers to work.Read more

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corn_01 By Frida-My

Editions: 10 Size: 72,2×60,8 cm Technique: Photography About the piece corn_01 is part of a series of photographs that are very intimate and personal but Frida-My believes that all can relate to and feel something about them. In this photograph, there is a focus on color and shape, it is abstract and minimalist but contains both memories and emotions. The name is inspired by the digitization of the analogue. The analogue expression has always been the most intimate for Frida-My, it is where she feels the most personal, which makes her believe that those images become the strongest. They are impulsive, spontaneous, and often more about catching the moment than arrange and create. Being able to switch between the free and refined form of creation is how Frida-My prefers to work. About the artist Frida-My (b. 1992) is a photographer and visual creative based in Stockholm. She works with both stills and moving images and implements them both in art and commercial projects. She has studied photography at Akademin Valand and is currently attending Fotoskolan STHLM. In addition, she also has a graphic design diploma from Berghs School of Communication and has attended the University of Stockholm for media, communication and art studies. Her work has been exhibited at spaces such as Kulturhuset, Moderna Museet, F12 and Berlin Atonal. The thing Frida-My appreciates the most with images and visual expression is to mix different practices and contexts. This means she likes to blend digital pictures with analogue and almost always creates moving image to her still-image series. In addition, she collaborates with friends or other creators to get challenged and grow. The analogue expression has always been the most intimate for Frida-My. It is where she feels the most personal, which makes her believe that those images become the strongest. They are impulsive, spontaneous, and often more about catching the moment than arrange and create. Being able to switch between the free and refined form of creation is how she prefers to work.Read more

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There is always something under the soil By Johan Barrett

Editions: 10 Size: 50×70 cm Technique: Fine Art Print About the piece There is always something under the soil  is a print of a piece of work that is part of Johan Barrett’s ongoing story . Johan later made a painting of this oil pastel drawing, that Liljevalchs Museum chose among to be exhibited at Liljevalchs Vårsalong 2017. The resort was beautiful but we argued all the time  is a print of a piece of work that is part of Johan Barrett’s ongoing story . Johan later made a painting of this oil pastel drawing, that Liljevalchs Museum chose among to be exhibited at Liljevalchs Vårsalong 2017. About the artist Johan Barrett (b. 1983) grew up in both Pennsylvania (USA) and Sweden. Stockholm has been his home since 2008, where he works as a graphic designer and artist. He took his Bachelor degree in Visual Communications at Beckmans College of Design 2011. Barrett is particularly interested in contrasts and points of tension. Some of his pieces are like dark fairy tales of our present world, but always with a childlike sense of hope and comfort. Others are embellished dreams of idyllic places but always with an underlying threat or sense of friction. His works look to capture a feeling that, while it is a wonderful place of amazement, something is sick in this world. Holiday pictures on Instagram and the classic children’s books he reads to his little ones is his greatest inspiration right now. Colourful, imaginative, with a mixture of concrete and abstract motifs characterise his works. Recognition and mystery, childish and adult.    Read more

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Agate By Hilda Bordahl

Editions: 20 Size: 70×50 cm Technique: Print Editions: 20 Size: 70×50 cm Technique: Print Editions: 20 Size: 70×50 cm Technique: Print About the piece Agate is a close scan of a stone. It’s an experiment about dimensions and what happens to the perception when you can view something in a way you normally can’t. Discovering a hidden layer with structures and patterns. It’s almost like moving into another dimension where the object seems like something else. Like when Alice in Wonderland eats the cake that makes her small and the world is suddenly entirely different, even though it’s really just the same. About the artist Hilda Bordahl (b. 1991) is an artist and photographer based in Stockholm. She graduated from the Stockholm School of Photography (Fotoskolan STHLM) in 2014, and went on to study art history for a year. She combines being an artist with being a commercial photographer, mostly shooting fashion. Bordahl’s three pieces on Arrivals are experiments about dimensions and time.  and  are close scans of a portion of two small stones.  is a photograph of a temporary sculpture. Agate Hilda Bordahl (b. 1991) is an artist and photographer based in Stockholm. She graduated from the Stockholm School of Photography (Fotoskolan STHLM) in 2014, and went on to study art history for a year. She combines being an artist with being a commercial photographer, mostly shooting fashion. Bordahl’s three pieces on Arrivals are experiments about dimensions and time.  and  are close scans of a portion of two small stones.  is a photograph of a temporary sculpture. Pumice Hilda Bordahl (b. 1991) is an artist and photographer based in Stockholm. She graduated from the Stockholm School of Photography (Fotoskolan STHLM) in 2014, and went on to study art history for a year. She combines being an artist with being a commercial photographer, mostly shooting fashion. Bordahl’s three pieces on Arrivals are experiments about dimensions and time.  and  are close scans of a portion of two small stones.  is a photograph of a temporary sculpture. Metamorph Hilda Bordahl (b. 1991) is an artist and photographer based in Stockholm. She graduated from the Stockholm School of Photography (Fotoskolan STHLM) in 2014, and went on to study art history for a year. She combines being an artist with being a commercial photographer, mostly shooting fashion. Bordahl’s three pieces on Arrivals are experiments about dimensions and time.  and  are close scans of a portion of two small stones.  is a photograph of a temporary sculpture.Read more

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Mothermilk By Julia Norlander

Editions: 25 Size: 70×50 cm Technique: Print     About the piece Mothermilk  is a search for a visual interpretation of an emotional experience,a feeling that lives in our subconscious that surfaces in our dreams. Through utilized capturing and processing techniques Norlander is recreating the abstract pictures from her memory, trying to give a uniqueness to her images, as a dream or an illusion is unique. These particular images are pieces of a series about a place / a state where the familiar meets the unknown, where light and dark- ness is an equal measure and a meeting point of the past and the present. Norlander reaches a little deeper and a little closer to what is below the conscious surface. She believes that we all conceal truths in our subconscious, truths that are only revealed when we dream or fantasize and truths of one part of us that is unex- plored and secret. About the artist Julia Norlander (b. 1984) graduated with a BA in photography from The Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Melbourne in 2010. In her photography she recreates the emotional states that she experiences through focusing on shape, pattern and color. By trying to recreate the feeling or condition, she reaches both deeper and closer to what is below the conscious surface. She believes that we all conceal truths in our subconscious – truths that are unexplored or secret and are only revealed when we dream or fantasize.Read more

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