The photograph is titled “Living in your own pollution" (2014), and represents our lives in a world filled with problems - problems we complain about, but are not getting solved. I've made this photograph, to focus on the tendency - especially in the media world, where issues are raised to the public spotlight, but nothing is done to sort them out. We breathe the problem, lives in it, and it end up devouring ourselves.
The photograph is made as a self-portrait, with the back fronting to make it seem more anonymous, and furthermore to illustrate the universality of the problem.
The house symbolizes the root of problem, and the clouds symbolize the problem.
The photograph is made without any use of photo manipulation, as everything was hung up in tread from a platform above my head.
The hung up clouds are made of cotton and the house is made from cardboard. Furthermore, is the photo put stitched of approximately 5 photos to gain the low depth of field.
Art print by Marcus Møller Bitsch
Dimension of the frame: 73x53x5 cm
Art print with mount, width: 50 cm
Art print with mount, height: 70 cm
The frame is in black-lacquered Ayous wood.
The materials used for the printing of this artwork are of the highest quality available: Hahnemühle Photo Rag 308 gr 100% cotone.
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