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Bella Fortuna — is a solo exhibition centered around the release of the mash-up magazine Bella Fortuna Magazine 

In the exhibition, loose snapshots are set up next to personal and, at times, total-dissolvements of photographed landscapes. The exhibition can be seen as a minor pause in a longer study of: what constitutes a linguistic or poetic landscape vs. a physical landscape? And, is it possible for landscape photography and abstraction to have a political dimension today and a real transformative potential?



  (from left) Untitled, Slow, grow, sunrise, Untitled, Cosmic blindness and seeing sun, 2021
analogue colour photography, digital collage, digital epson print on dibond 80x120 cm.


The work the exhibition takes as its starting point is the mash-up publication Bella Fortuna. This imitation of a magazine deals with topics such as the flow of news streams through your everyday life, and how they stay and take up space in your head. The magazine has collected and processed some of the forecasts that are made for the future, whether they define natural policy upheavals or tomorrow's weather forecast. The exhibition touches on how humans adapt to changing conditions and how, through an empathic approach to meteorology and landscape, one can relate to and visit other ecosystems across the globe. The world wants to see itself, writes the author Inger Christensen. A global desire to take a step back and reflect on oneself and one's surroundings.

The title of the exhibition means ‘good luck’ and is a reminder to all of us that luck –and perhaps a touch of solidarity­– is needed from all of us to face the coming forecasts for a future that is constantly getting one step closer.




slow, grow sunrise, 2021
analogue colour photography 



Lira piece, 2021, photo montage,
print on luster 80x120 cm
Bella Fortuna Magazine, 2020
mash-up publication (48 pages, edtion of 70)



Peaches, 2021
analogue colour photography, 30x40 cm





Car (first light), 2021
analogue colour photography, 30x40 cm


detail. Car (first light), 2021


Falling city, 2021
analogue colour photography, 30x40 cm


Weather report (insect shower), 2021,
photo montage, print on luster 80x120 cm



In the posterframes in the stationshall’s foyer and in the billboard on the building’s puter wall, the work “16 conceptions on the here, now and onward” can be seen. The work contains 16 images based on landscapes, interieur and fragments remodelled tarot and inspired by the reading of symbols for clearifying your the state of your world.  




(posters) 16 conceptions on the here, now and onward
analogue photo/digital montage, digitally printed, 80x120 cm


(posters) 16 conceptions on the here, now and onward, 2021
analogue colour photography, digital print, 80x120 cm


(posters) 16 conceptions on the here, now and onward, 2021
analogue colour photography, photo montage, digital print, 80x120 cm



16 conceptions on the here, now and onward, 2021
analogue photo/digital montage, digitally printed, 80x120 cm


16 conceptions on the here, now and onward, 2021
analogue colour photography/photo montage, digitally printed, 240x240 cm



(billboard) 16 conceptions on the here, now and onward, 2021
analogue colour photography/photo montage, digitally printed, 240x240 cm


 

(posters) 16 conceptions on the here, now and onward
analogue photo/digital montage, digitally printed, 80x120 cm