Wind Upon the Face of Waters
The theme for this work is faith. A far-reaching theme that I have no
actual ambition to interpret. But within the framework of faith there
is searching, and in that, my own space to explore. My work is a
reflection. A voice in the context of this vast theme. The religious
has always attracted and frightened me at the same time.
Wind Upon the Face of Waters deals with the great questions of religion and faith, from a perspective to be brought up in a modern, political and strongly secular society. It is a personal story that also reflects on the photographic method. I combine the black and white photographs with an integrated essay in which the two parts follow each other and work both independently and jointly in the photographic and textual narrative.