Stine Aas Nundal
This work is very much about the photographer's experiences with losing a loved one, whom have a very spontaneous and intuitive way of working, to achieve something close to a diaristic approach to photography. Connotations to death, loss or change, metaphors and memory is in focus. Working with sequencing enhances the feelings attempted to communicate. The work is shot solely with natural light, which gives it an air of reality and being more intimate with the viewer. The aim for this body of work is for it to be a silent and subtle way of portraying a feeling of hopelessness, loneliness, sadness and grief, with moments of light and hope shining through. It is a portrait of a photographer's personal travel through bereavement.
Stephanie Blakemore • Stewart Hardie • Michaela Howe • Robert Paul Jones • Stine Aas Nundal • Marit Nyhus • Rose Priest • Nicole Ragan • Laura Carys Thomas • Matthew Thompson •