Louise Brunnodottir
Photographer

Louise Brunnodottir (b.1993 in Paris) is a french artist based in Rouen, Normandy.

She studied visual arts and philosophy and graduated from the university of Paris 1 – Panthéon Sorbonne with her photographs of vertical and abstract landscapes. Her work is an exploration of the intimate relationship between man and his environment, a personal language nourished by philosophy and the physical experimentation of urban and natural space.

Combining both analogue and digital photographs of natural space and cityscapes, her installations are mostly composed of large scale photography and experimental videos questioning the poetic of space, and it’s relation to history as well as collective and individual memory through the sensitive use of reflection and movement as a photographic devices.

Her work has been supported by Anne Perré’s gallery in Paris and Rouen and exhibited in various shows in France.

Louise Brunnodottir
Photographer

Louise Brunnodottir (b.1993 in Paris) is a french artist based in Rouen, Normandy.

She studied visual arts and philosophy and graduated from the university of Paris 1 – Panthéon Sorbonne with her photographs of vertical and abstract landscapes. Her work is an exploration of the intimate relationship between man and his environment, a personal language nourished by philosophy and the physical experimentation of urban and natural space.

Combining both analogue and digital photographs of natural space and cityscapes, her installations are mostly composed of large scale photography and experimental videos questioning the poetic of space, and it’s relation to history as well as collective and individual memory through the sensitive use of reflection and movement as a photographic devices.

Her work has been supported by Anne Perré’s gallery in Paris and Rouen and exhibited in various shows in France.

  • Jimmy DeSana: Salvation
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    Salvation is a previously-unpublished artist book by Jimmy DeSana that he conceptualized shortly before his death in 1990. The publication contains 44 of the artist’s late photographic abstractions that quietly and poetically meditate on loss, death, and nothingness. Depicted within the works are images of relics, body parts, flowers, and fruits that DeSana altered using collage and darkroom manipulations to create pictures that are both intimate and other-worldly. (more…)