INTERVALS AND FORMS OF STONES OF STARS · DENMARK
“Through a series of cameraless photographic registrations, Nanna Debois Buhl maps the biotope’s flora, fauna, and soil and draws connections between the characteristics of the site and its photographic representation.
Using historical photographic techniques to connect what is depicted in the images and how they are made, her photographs are inspired by the cameraless photographic works of William Henry Fox Talbot (1840s) and August Strindberg (1890s); images created in the moment of contact between the object and the photosensitive surface.”
Site consulting with artist Nanna Debois Buhl on “intervals and forms of stones of stars“, a large-scale installation on the facade of the Arken Museum of Modern Art, Denmark.
Consulting focused on the placement of 3 wall photographs, considering general distribution, location and scale.