Trine Struwe

Untitled, 2015

A photograph, one could define as a drawing of light, according to the greek translation of the two original words - in this sense, the starting point of the series is a photographic one, yet the works can also be perceived as paintings - almost monochromatic with only subtle shifts in colour, making them vulnerable to the changing light conditions of the day.

This untitled series of photographic exposures, consist of light sensitive pigment, applied onto large sheets of heavy, white paper.

The papers were prepared in a darkroom, taken to the beach and exposed to sunlight.

Hereafter, the papers were rinsed in seawater and laid to dry on the beach - absorbing blue sea, blue horizon and blue sky, all at once.