I am Nanna
In my practice I work with photography as a craft, where it becomes possible to build and create photographs out of its own material.
My works consist of photographs that are not visual reproductions of reality, our surroundings, but rather photographs that have formed in a photographic process. The medium itself often becomes the object within the work.
I am inspired by conventional terms and methods that are used within the field of photography; I want to engage, challenge and play with these terms and methods and thereby rethink and materialise them in the making of new photographs. I aim to open up to additional ways in how one can work with and experience photography from a material point of view.