A fragmented diary of black & white photographs made after a period of becoming disillusioned with photography projects. Rather than focusing on one subject or theme, the works here have a loose, associative relationship with no set chronological or thematic order. These pictures present a bid for freedom and propose a deliberate departure from the descriptive. The photographs reflect an instinctive approach to their creation, whether at the moment of capture or through the developing and selection process – these works are ones that Österlund identifies with, the ones that hit a nerve with him both in content and form.
Duotone on Munken Lynx Rough with 8 tipped-in images on Curious Metallics paper
Limited edition of 200 signed and numbered copies with a 120x165mm print