The photographic project VEIL exposes that which is hidden, yet inevitably part of all life. By entering the enclosed spaces of morgues that deal with death every day, their peculiarity is embraced.
Taking Michel Foucault’s Heterotopia as a starting point, VEIL deconstructs the strange characteristics of morgues. What is exposed is an almost phenomenal balance between tangible and intangible, and one might ask what occurs when something with such sensitivity and deviation from the world arises to the surface?
A photographic study on morgues in Denmark, this project has resulted in a larger series of images taken around different hospitals. The project includes a careful selection of rooms, each with their own function within the hospital, photographed with a medium format camera and on film. At last, after a specific selection and editing, the project was finalized as a photobook within a handmade slipcase.
is a Copenhagen based artist who works within the field of photography. She is originally born in the northern part of Denmark in Aalborg (1991). In 2015 she received a diploma from the Copenhagen School of Film and Photography and later on in 2016, she studied commercial photography at the Technical University of Copenhagen.
In a gallery, or in a small creative space arranging exhibitions.
A good design is something which is able to convey the purpose of the product.
Overpowering my own insecurities.
The selection of photobooks on my shelf.
Researching and looking for references.
Print your work for class the day before.
Absolutely. I have learned to trust my own decisions, and I have gotten a lot more experienced.
I wanted to challenge myself and learn more about photography in a theoretical sense.
If I would have to say something, it would be the cost of prints.
The ceremony with the other graduates and some champagne afterwards.