Kunst im Glas – die schafft Fotograf Christoffer Relander in seinem Projekt Jarred & Displaced. Sein Ziel dabei ist es, Orte seiner Kindheit und Jugend in Finnland abzulichten und festzuhalten. Dafür nutzt er Mittelformat Film und gewöhnliche Einmachgläser.
Eingefangene Natur – Kunst im Glas
“I play with the idea of being an ambitious collector, conserving my environments into a large personal collection,” schreibt er auf seiner Website über seine Werke. “Most landscapes are from where I grew up, on the countryside in the south of Finland, where my roots still lie. Separation anxiety to my childhood is simply what absorbed me into this project.”
Das Ergebnis seines Vorhabens seht ihr hier:
“Jarred Great Grandmothers Old House” – 2016, intentional double exposure on medium format film. A few weeks ago I went to search for great grandmothers old house on Åland Island. With me I brought an exposed roll of a new jar and my camera. I haven’t been to this house since I was very little, still I remembered it quite well. It only seemed much bigger, abandoned now too therefor haunting. I happened to find it on Halloween. #JarredAndDisplaced Btw. I just switched to a new website! Link in profile.
This summer I went to #Fulufjället to find #OldTjikko, the world’s oldest tree we know of. It’s a clonal tree and the organism is over 9,500 years old. I brought a roll of exposed Jars with me and my #mamiyarb67pros , therefor I only needed to compose and meter light correctly to make this #DoubleExposure. More about this project very soon—a short film for this project we have been working on (for a few months now) soon to be published. After all this work, I finally get to share it with you guys. Exciting! #JarredAndDisplaced
Originally posted 2016-11-22 11:32:21.