Matilde Pernille ; Conceptual Photography

This photo series is a collection of old and new pictures, taken between 2014 and 2017. The later years I have been drawn to a darker mood in my working, and it's not so clean either, like my earlier photography.
Matilde Pernille | Conceptual Photography

This photo series is a collection of old and new pictures, taken between 2014 and 2017.

The later years I have been drawn to a darker mood in my working, and it’s not so clean either, like my earlier photography . I think it has been a necessary path to take, making pictures that are untidier – to shake it and stir it a little. In 2013 and 2014 I went to The Norwegian school of Photography. About half of the pictures are from my examination, and the rest is taken separately. There is no story to it as a whole, but every picture has a story in it self, and that has been one of my goals for the newer conceptual photography I do. But I don’t want to write about any of the stories, because they will change in the process – it does every time I look at them. I think this is one of the most giving ways to experience art, being left with not only a picture, but a story. And every time I publish something new, my hope is that the picture will give somebody the experience of wanting to stop and wonder what has happened or what is going to happen. It’s exciting every time someone’s telling me about their associations. The fact that every single person out there, will have their own, happening instantly, is by no doubt what makes art so interesting. The best part is; in every day life this is happening all the time, but in art we are kind of allowed to speak it out loud without sounding too weird. I think this is one of the things we have art for. If we allow ourself to do this, our lives will be richer, and those who dear to listen to their instinctive associations the rest of the time, must be the richest of us all. [Official Website]

Matilde Pernille | Conceptual Photography

Matilde Pernille | Conceptual Photography
Matilde Pernille | Conceptual Photography

Matilde Pernille | Conceptual Photography
Matilde Pernille | Conceptual Photography

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Matilde Pernille | Conceptual Photography
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