“Lost wings” relates to small children’s natural and direct attitude to life. To the almost infinite joy, the feeling of absorbing new experiences like a sponge, to getting lost in the observation of the surroundings. The anger that comes when it comes and goes when it goes.
With the means of multiple exposure, deliberate change of perspective and selective focus, a poetic reality is created that vividly portrays these strong feelings.
Observing the habits of children, the photographer went on a search for the feelings of her childhood. She is questioning how and why one loses the authenticity towards one’s feelings, may they be positive or negative.
The abstract tracing of feelings in the context of childhood deliberately leaves space and provokes reflections, reflections about oneself, society, children, about education and relation.