Photographer Karin Alfredsson has a flair for untouched nature; be it primeval forests in Jämtland or the fascinating, endless expanse of water and ice at the North Pole. Searching for evidence of climate change, the icebreaker Oden pushes itself up through the water and ice. Karin documents the vessel’s almost invisible forward movement with her camera. ARCTIC OCEAN addresses our smallness in the face of the power of nature.
Language: Without dialogue
Born in 1966 on Frösön in Jämtland (Sweden) and has lived and worked in Stockholm since 1989. She is represented at Moderna Museet, National Art Council, Stockholm Art, and a dozen other institutions, and has exhibited in a wide range of galleries and art galleries around Sweden.
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