Tag Archives: photo-talk

Destroyed: a collection of nightscapes.

Since Niko and I had our exhibition, back in 2009, I pay more attention to the connection between images and sounds. It appears that, lately, a lot more musicians are working visually and many visual artists combine their work with music; I’ve already touched on the subject in the short article Dreamcatcher, and today I’ve […]


I remember visiting a Navajo Indian Reserve as a child. I couldn’t have been older than 10 or 11, and for the first time, I saw what they call a “dream-catcher”. I didn’t understand the English word in fact, though it had a certain flow that the same word, translated into my mother tongue (something […]

the Julie Project.

The last time I was in Oslo, I had a couple of days to myself where I got to see a couple of shows (mostly photography, I have to admit). One of those was focusing on documentary photography, mostly photographers who had followed people who had contracted the HIV virus, some photographed shortly before their […]

live through this

Remember when I heavily blogged about TWLOHA? Well, yesterday was suicide awareness day; and Dese’Rae – an amazing photographer – is working on a project which aims to bring together survivors of attempted suicides and kids, young people, adults, who have made it through. If you happen to be one of them, or if you […]