“A letter to Tarkovsky” is personal and yet it is as much about you as it is about me. It’s about memories and childhood, longing, loss, joy, dreams, melancholy and vulnerability. And finally death, which is our common fate. When I photograph I have a deep desire to catch a timelessness in a moment. To dream with open eyes! These defined moments that I have chosen will be here forever. A reminiscence, or reality, perhaps a dream of the past gentle shadows of something indefinable, yet specific and familiar. Is it real or unreal?

«She has been deeply inspired by Andrey Tarkovsky’s universe – by the stillness, by the beauty in the soft light and by the melancholy in the grey tones. Melancholy is one of the great suppliers to the world’s art – people’s loneliness and longing are prerequisites for great art experiences.» Morten Krogvold