24 May — 08 September, 2019
Pictures from isolated places, scenes often created together with the inhabitants where the vast surreal nature is used as a backdrop. In the art of Scarlett Hooft Graafland, who travels alone with just a backpack and a camera, the circumstances that present themselves on site defines the work. Often full of contradictions that unfold the drama…
The exhibition Vanishing Traces at Fotografiska will leave everlasting marks.
"I like to work with the circumstances that present themselves on site. That is what defines the work, and limits it as well. Like its subject, the elements of the performance change and transform over time; the fishermen store their canoes, ice blocks melt and balloons drift away. I really like to use strange elements in the landscape that somehow has a connection but on the other hand look very strange". – Tells Scarlett.
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