Passenger by Martin Bogren
The photographer delivers a set which pierces a form of abandonment, of letting go that he translates with harsh or dreamlike images.
His photographs emerge as subjective visions that reveal ambivalences, angelic or monstrous figures, lightness and violence.
“When, for a moment, we silence our minds and stop trying to understand, knowledge arises, without thought, without judgment, accusation or fear.
So we see beauty for itself, without the need for analysis or mastery. And we know who we really are. In the meantime, we are just passing through.” M.B