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Patterns of Behaviour

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“Patterns of Behaviour”, digital print in frame, 18 x 27 cm, 2014.

Patterns of Behaviour

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“Patterns of Behaviour”, digital print in frame, 18 x 27 cm, 2014.

Patterns of Behaviour

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“Patterns of Behaviour”, digital print in frame, 18 x 27 cm, 2014.

Hidingplaces I

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“Hidingplace I”, c-print 20 x 30 cm, 2012.

Han bøjede nakken og krøb ind under bordet. Efter et stykke tid begyndte hans nakke at gøre ondt og han var nødt til at lægge sig på siden. Han lå helt stille og døsede hen.

He lowered his head and crawled under the table. After a while his neck started hurting and he was forced to lie on one side. He lay perfectly still and dozed off.

Hidingplaces II

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“Hidingplaces II”, c-print 20 x 30 cm, 2012.

Hun kravlede ind under sengen og kunne derfra se fødder passere som siden standsede op. Når skridtene forsvandt ud af værelset rullede hun forpustet tættere på væggen.

She crawled under the bed. From there she could see feet walking past and then stopping. When the sound of footsteps disappeared from the room, she moved closer to the wall, feeling out of breath.

Hidingplaces V

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“Hidingplaces V”, c-print 20 x 30 cm, 2012.

Han gemte sig bagved gardinerne i entréen. Fødderne stak ud og han prøvede på at gøre sig så flad som muligt for ikke at blive opdaget. Han holdt vejret, men gav til sidst slip på luften med et dybt suk som han håbede ikke skulle afsløre ham.

He hid himself behind the curtain in the hall. His feet stuck out and he tried making himself as flat as possible so as not to be noticed. He held his breath but in the end he sighed deeply and hoped this would not reveal his presence.

Les Paris sont ouvert

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“Dad”, b/w photographs, installed in “Les Paris sont ouvert” at The Freud Museum, London.

Dad

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“Dad”, b/w photograph 19 x 28 cm, 1997.

Dad

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“Dad”, b/w photograph 17 x 25 cm, 1997.

Parkscenario

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När de möttes blev hon omfamnad av henne. Det fick henne till att hoppas på att hon hade förlåtit henne. De gick vidare nära varandra, och skrattade lite för högt varje gång den andra sa något. När de försvunnit bakom buskarna kunde man fortfarande höra dem skratta.

She gave her a hug when they met which made her hope that she had been forgiven. Walking along very closely together, they laughed a bit too loudly every time the other one said anything. You could even hear them laughing when they disappeared behind the bushes. 

Parc de la Villette III, c-print 15 x 22 cm, 1999.

 

 

 

Parkscenario

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Efter att ha suttit en stund på bänken upptäckter hon att en man i närheten iakttar henne. Hon reser sig och går men kan inte låta bli att vända sig om och titta på honom.

After sitting on the bench for a while, she noticed that a man nearby was watching her. She gets up and leaves but cannot help turning around to look at him. 

Parkscenario: Parc de la Villette II, c-print 15 x 22 cm, 1999.

 

Parkscenario

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En kvinna går under trädet. Hon har en svart kappa på sig som sluter tätt omkring kroppen. Lågt säger hon till sig själv att hon inte skulle ha lämnat honom ensam igen. A woman walks under the tree. 

She is wearing a tightly fitting black coat. In a low voice she tells herself that she should not have left him alone again.

Parkscenario: Parc de Buttes-Chaumont I, c-print 15 x 22 cm, 1999.

 

 

 

Sometimes the Desert is Red

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“Sometimes the Desert is Red # 1”, c-print 30 x 45 cm, 2004.

Sometimes the Desert is Red

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“Sometimes the Desert is Red # 13”, c-print 30 x 45 cm, 2004.

 

Sometimes the Desert is Red

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“Sometimes the Desert is Red # 14”, c-print 30 x 45 cm, 2004.