A woman speaks… camera scripta, camera picta… a room…
“Why do we remember the past, and not the future?”
(Stephen Hawking, A Brief History of Time)
– From the serie, Duets: Me and the doll, 1999, film Ilford HP5, analogue –
This may interest you Kari https://ello.co/hstilting Tx
..thank you, Tim! I will check it later…
In a time of HP5 and dolls…when photographer artists mimiced their models…what’s afoot? ))))
…yes, you know them too…
Thank you so much, Robin!!
A strong blog post, my friend. There’s a lot of feelings going on here.
Thank you so much, dear Malin… another oldie…and time fly… (…smiling…)
Oldie, you say? Goodie, I say.
…oh, Ben… Many thanks!!
Wonderful trio of images, Kari, especially the largest one – certainly surreal. Adrian
Thank you so much, Adrian… I am glad that you like them…
Beautiful set of images. Very effective construction of emotional tone.
Thank you so much for your kind words!
Excellent, stories within stories…
…yes, it is true… thank you so much for your comment, Andy!!
These images are wonderful Kari! You and the doll were one 😉
Thank you so much Meg!!
very strong work , included the series , suggestive with some humor always made a work little different to experience .
Thank you so much, Bart!!
Thank you so much, Robyn!!
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