Norwegian American photographer Mari Amman works internationally on projects in public and private spaces. A recurring theme encountered in a lot of her work reflects on how humans relate to nature. Texture and movement are deployed as aesthetic devices that often lend her images a meditative character. Mari amman lives and works in Norway and the USA. She has won numerous prizes and artist residencies. Her work is held in private and public collections.
The landscape and nature photos in Mari amman’s ‘Vereri’ project are photo essay reflection on subjectivity and the ways humans perceive nature, solitude, stillness, aloneness as comforting or fearful.
Ruisseau Holocene is a reflection on how we perceive time and nature. The residue deposited over time in the sand of the Lofotene islands in the North of Norway creates endless streams of changing formations.
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