Blå Skog/Blue Forest

Title: Blå Skog/Blue Forest

Photographer/s: Morten Andersen

Date of publication: 10.06.2009

Place of publication: Oslo, Norway

Dimensions: 13×21 cm

Edition size: 500

Type of binding: hardcover

Number of pages: 256

Type of paper: galleri art matt 150g

Number of pictures: 123

Type of printing: offset

Printer: valdres trykkeri

Publisher: shadowlab.

Designer: Morten Andersen assisted by Monica Thuv

Editor: Morten Andersen

ISBN: 978-82-995326-6-2

Category: photobook

Price: 50$

Summary: Blå skog/Blue Forest is the manifestation of his long running forest project, the woods seen in glimpses and openings towards something bigger, captured on tungsten film (er det riktig?) and in medium format. Through subjective color tones Andersen lets us see the the forest in an un-romantizised and alien fashion which begets a renewed fascination by the landscape and a deeper understanding of what the Norwegian poet Sigbjørn Obstfelder hinted at with his line “ how strange a place to be”.

Date and place of birth of photographer/s: 10.09.1965, Norway

Website: www.shadowlab.no

Book link: http://www.shadowlab.no/books/books.html

Donated by: Morten Andersen

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