Fiery Red Nordic Landscapes by Øystein Aspelund

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Norwegian photographer Øystein Aspelund has done an exceptional job capturing the beauty of his region, through the use of projected light, smoke and fire he illuminates warmly these ice-cold landscapes. His temporary installations are a study of colors and shapes as well as the interaction humans have with natural environments—Aspelund explains: “Aiming to create a symbiosis with the installations and its surroundings, while at the same time reflecting on the so-called anthropocene epoch we live in today.” In addition to the series “ÆON” shown here, take a look at “Hibernation” (which explores the theme of subconsciousness—reality vs fiction), and “Getting Lost II” (about escape and disappearance).

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Images © Øystein Sture Aspelund
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