Carl
Just like a car crash – photographs (accidents) stop the progress of movement and time. In the aftermath, photographs become witnesses of what has happened. We use them to understand the logic to what has occured. However, photographys indexicality is not an absolute one. Can we be sure of what we have in front of us? 
Solo Exhibition
Title: Accidents And Aftermath
Year: 2018

Gallery: MELK (Oslo)
Poster design: Tor Weibull 












The images depicts temporal situations, composed by materials and objects that could be described as ephemeral. The components and the situations has not been intended to last when produced. Foam edge protection strips, a bicycle tube or rays of light are some of these disposable materials and occurrences. By recording them through photographic images they’re fixated – turned permanent and becoming new entities.
Title: New Entities
Year: 2018 - ongoing




Partly a photographic research project, partly an artistic body of work. Static Motion looks on how photography have been used to teach and illustrate the subject of motion.

During the research process flipping through “How to - manuals” of various kinds - a reoccurring phenomena appeared. A single photographic frame seemed to be insufficient for the task of illustrating motion. Authors had to use workarounds such as serial photography, double exposures, and illustrations to better fulfill their aim.
The artistic body of work is based on the findings from the research process. Highlighting the difficulties of illustrating motion through a static medium.

Presented is a selection of sources, archive and body of work produced.

Title: Static Motion
Year: 2016 - ongoing
Installation view: Galleri Monitor (Gothenburg)

PART I - SOURCES


PART II - ARCHIVE





PART III - ARTISTIC WORK



The installation A Game of Badminton documents the course of a badminton game. The documentation (16 photographic prints) focuses solitary on the shuttlecock. The players and result remain unpresented, as well as any chronology of the game.

The position of each individual print were determined by the position of the photographed shuttlecock. Installing by this rule allowed the badminton game to be reconstructed and experienced once again. 
Title: A Game Of Badminton
Venue: Galleri Monitor (Gothenburg)
Year: 2016
Poster Design: Tor Weibull






Some lifespans (stones) outlive us humans. Some are so short that the only way to preserve their existence is by being photographed (waves). Time Marches On is a project consisting of numerous small series within the same. The motifs that may seem randomly selected at first sight is brought together by the subject they depict; the notion of time constantly moving forward.
Title: Time Marches On
Year: 2016 – Ongoing