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Nadja Ellinger

Path of Pins

Path of Pins is a visual re-telling of Little Red Riding Hood, revolving around adolescence and the awakening of the primordial and archaic feminine. As an oral tradition, the fairy tale is constantly changing and evading any attempt to fix it, and so is the heroine refusing to follow the prescribed path. In one of the earliest spoken versions of the fairytale, which later inspired Charles Perrault to write his ‘Petit Chaperon Rouge’, the wolf asks the unnamed heroine: “Which path will you take?”, to which she responds by choosing the path of pins, the careless and fleeting one - as opposed to the path of needles, the irreversible way of the wolf.

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‘A nice bouquet of flowers’ - Nadja Ellinger - Royal College of Art‘Bruederchen’ - Nadja Ellinger - Royal College of Art‘Creeper’ - Nadja Ellinger - Royal College of Art‘Henkersmaedel’ - Nadja Ellinger - Royal College of Art‘In my own hands’ - Nadja Ellinger - Royal College of Art‘Talia’ - Nadja Ellinger - Royal College of Art‘The path’ - Nadja Ellinger - Royal College of Art‘The watcher’ - Nadja Ellinger - Royal College of Art

‘A nice bouquet of flowers’ - Nadja Ellinger - Royal College of Art‘Bruederchen’ - Nadja Ellinger - Royal College of Art‘Creeper’ - Nadja Ellinger - Royal College of Art‘Henkersmaedel’ - Nadja Ellinger - Royal College of Art‘In my own hands’ - Nadja Ellinger - Royal College of Art‘Talia’ - Nadja Ellinger - Royal College of Art‘The path’ - Nadja Ellinger - Royal College of Art‘The watcher’ - Nadja Ellinger - Royal College of Art

Current Course:

Royal College of Art  MA Photography

Daniel Bracken • Tris Bucaro • Nadja Ellinger • Mara Gajic • Ruijing Ge • Roei Greenberg • Godith Hawkins • Qian Jiang • Lunhua Kong • Tom Medwell • Jonas Mlejnek • Thomas Moen • Ioanna Sakellaraki • Yilin Shi • Jukan Tateisi • Constanza Valderrama • James Wilde • Lidan Yang • Sine Zheng •

Courses:

University for the Creative Arts
MFA Photography

Falmouth University
MA Photography

London College of Communication
MA Photojournalism & Documentary Photography

Royal College of Art
MA Photography

Ulster University
MFA Photography

University of Westminster
MA Photography Arts

University of Westminster
MA Documentary Photography & Photojournalism

Categories:

Documentary/Photojournalism

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Landscape

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Portraiture

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Staged/Constructed

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Urban/Suburban Landscape

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