20 September 2009

Invited guest: Susanne Otterberg

"I don´t know what I´m doing when I´m making photographs. What I do know is that it makes me feel alive to do so. I would never leave the house without my camera, it´s always there, like a friend trying to make me understand something. I don´t want to escape from life, I want to feel something and to reflect. These photographs kind of symbolize the contrasts in life, as I see them. But I still don´t understand anything..."

Susanne Otterberg was born in 1962 and is an autodidact photographer. She had her first exhibition after participating in a workshop with Anders Petersen in 1998. She has had exhibitions in Sweden and in Lithuania.

To visit her blogspot: www.susanneotterberg.blogspot.com

Invited by: Markus Jenemark


Jan Buse said...

Some great stuff here, love the fish (böckling?) picture.

Chelsey_S said...

Very nice use of lighting on all the subjects. The contrast works well with the piece's topic. The placement of the subjects within the frame creates a good balance of foreground and background. I enjoy the detailed focus on the man's scars.

Mr Urbano said...

Great photography Susanne
- a good invitation MJ

Chris said...

I like this very much, strong and intense photography!

LUC RABAEY said...

You come very close, Susanne. Great work.

Exposed Material said...

Just superb.

Anonymous said...

A shocking and dramatic series.
A magnificent black and white.

Anonymous said...

Thankyou very much everyone.

Petter said...

Underbara bilder! Missade tyvärr din vernisage! men skall se din utställning i veckan.



Petter said...

Vilka underbara bilder! Missade din Vernisage tyvärr! Men skall se den i veckan.