There is something in the space between. Something about places left behind, the most mundane, views which go unnoticed.
What was once the prospect of a promising future evolved into a hopelessly unprosperous past. Silent once so busy sites.
There is something about the buzz of The City. A movement and momentum that, when viewed by a different eye, turns the present into an antiquated aspect; anachronisms which could be of any age.
Crude renderings of reality, resembling fading memories, remnants of daytime dreams, a hint of something half remembered, almost lost.
In constant flow, like jazz music – vibrating, ephemeral, syncopated.
This is what my images are about.
I will be teaching a two day workshop on analogue photography, using near-century-old Kodak Brownie box cameras, as a kind of celebration of the introduction of 120 roll film, 120 years ago.
Opening 18 September, 2021
Group exhibition showing imagery created with alternative photographic processes. Featuring works by Daniel Björkert, Angelica Harms, Eva Karlsson, Lena Källberg and Peter Wiklund.
Copyright © Lena Källberg 2020