“It must be the blue tone and the light blur that makes you, when awake, seem to stand face to face with a dream, or a memory that suddenly develops for one’s inner vision.”
Marie Andersson directs the gaze of the viewer towards the photographer and his/her tools. She portrays the optics and the camera’s importance for the perception, and looks back to the early days of photography. The history – in form of places, memories and practices – is ever-present and the images evoke worlds in which different layers of time and spatialities are interwoven, often with the help of projections and light images.
Published by Sailor Press
66 pages, 31,7x42,2 cm
Edition of 100
Texts by Niclas Östlind, Anna Johansson and Per Engström