This books marks the end of my BA(Hons) degree at UCS in Ipswich.
Integrated in a postmodernist discussion, looking at 'late-photography' and 'post-photography' in the digital age, the production of the visuals and the making of the book follow to some extend photography's tradition but as well challenge photographic theory, where the attempt to describe photography's close relation to truth and its position within the arts and social culture is permanently shifting.
The Polaroids are reproductions of acetate prints, either sourced from digital files or film.
I try to in cooperate everyday-life aspects by following the "late photography" theory. In my work I cross borderlines between experienced moments and dreamlike inspirations, always concerned with the choices of various parallel realities