Printing exhibition for Perspektivet Museum

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These days are being spent in my Lofoten studio editing, curating and printing the 40 images of "Come, for all is now ready."  The opening is at the museum in Tromsø on November 8th 2014 and the exhibition will hang for about six months.

a sheet of work/test-prints of the material.

a sheet of work/test-prints of the material.

Upcoming Exhibitions 2014

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Moment Group Show

November 21, 2014 - November 23, 2014

Fotomässan, Stockholm, Sweden

sthlm.fotomassan.se

 

Livsløp/Life Courses

May 28, 2014 - September 29, 2014

Bogstad Gård, Oslo, Norway.

http://livslop.visualdays.no

 

Scandinavian Moments (Moment Agency)

June 2014 - June 2015

Selected photos in both likely and unlikely places, Landskrona, Sweden.

http://www.landskronafotofestival.se

 

You Are Here Now/Du Er Her No

September 12, 2014 - September 14, 2014

Factory Light, Slemmestad, Norway.

www.facebook.com/factorylight - www.factorylightfestival.no

 

Kom, for alt er ferdig/Come, for all is now ready.

November 8, 2014 - May 2015.

Perspektivet Museum, Tromsø, Norway.

www.perspektivet.no

Come, for now all is ready at Slideluck Potshow Oslo

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 I will be showing the work Come, for all is now ready at SLIDELUCK in Oslo on May 15. I am in good company; the photographers presented are:

Ivar Kvaal | Linda Bournane Engelberth | Marie Sjøvold | Jørn Tomter
Eivind H. Natvig | Margaret M. de Lange | Helge Skodvin | Knut Egil Wang | Rune Hov
Terje Abusdal | Ingvild Vaale Arnesen | Sigurd Fandango | Anne-Stine Johnsbråten
Lars Petter Pettersen | Sofie Olsen | Tomm Wilgaard Christiansen | Christopher Olssøn

This slideshow was curated by Laara Matsen, photo editor at D2 Magazine and the co-editor of The Norwegian Journal of Photography.

Farewell Syria – Assignment for Morgenbladet

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Iraq is home to more than 240.000 syrian refugees, most of them located in the northern Kurdish part of the country. During an assignment for the norwegian weekly Morgenbladet, we met a small percentage of these people. Traumatized by three years of uncertainty and often months on the run before first entering Kandala transit camp en route to larger, more permanent camps or a struggle for a self sufficient life in an strange country. Kurdistan is a peaceful place surrounded by incredible violence and threat to human rights and human lives. They carry as much of their belongings as they can, and more stories of fear and death than any single person should.

It’s just 15 minutes to the border. Terrorist Group ISIS is not far away. Al – Qaeda is not far away. Assad forces are not far away. The rebel group FSA is not far away. Amidst the chaos of the civil war, regular people are forced between a rock and a hard place.

During the very first month the syrian uprising had a goal, according to the refugees. But then they were forced to make an impossible choice. If you participated in the protests, the Assad forces would kill them. If you did not you risked execution from the insurgents. They are tired now. Exhausted after years of uncertainty and fear. 25 people stowed together in a one of the large tents of Kandala transit camp. Here they will register and move on to such tent cities as Domiz; a place of 45000 inhabitants. The 900 who arrived the day we were there is just a drop in the ocean of Syrian refugees; 224,000 in northern Iraq and 2,513,541 registered Syrian refugees in total. Not counting the 6,5 million who are on the run inside Syria.

Picture of the Year Norway

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This image of Oskars funeral from the long term project Come, for all is now ready was recently awarded the 2nd prize of Norwegian Picture of the Year in the people category.