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Sethús hjá MAP við á “Paris Photo fair”

Paris Photo Fair er heimsins størsta fotostevna, hagar fólk úr øllum heiminum ferðast, at síggja hvat rørir seg innan myndaheimin.
The New Yorker skrivaði nýliga grein um 8 útvald myndafólk ið slóða leiðina í løtuni innan fotoheimin. Ein av útvaldu myndafólkunum er belgiska Charlotte Abromow, sum hevur gjørt myndarøð í Føroyum kallaða “They love Trampoline”.
Á myndunum síggjast fólk, føroyskt landslag og á einu myndini sethús á Velbastað, sum MAP arkitektar hava teknað í 2004.
Um myndarøðina sigur Abromow sjálv:
“These are portraits of inhabitants of the Faroe Islands. As a nondocumentary photographer, I was slightly terrified to leave my studio, but the landscapes were so photogenic that it didn’t matter that I had no control over the backdrop.
 “I set up the subjects in absurd situations, letting them choose objects from their daily life to pose with. They were incredibly welcoming and participative.
“Absurdity and surrealism have always been part of my work. And humor enables you to address serious or sad matters in a lighter way.
“The Faroes are a self-ruling Danish archipelago in the North Atlantic, but everyone I met had a map of the world at home. And a trampoline, although I never saw anyone jumping. I called the series ‘They Love Trampoline.’ ”
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