Maren Klemp, photographer, Norway

” I consider my photography to be a plunge into the darker sides of the human mind,”


Maren Klemp, photographer, Norway

My name is Maren Klemp and I am a fine art photographer living and working in Oslo, Norway. I studied fine art photography under professor Robert Meyer at Robert Meyer Kunsthøgskole in Oslo, and I have many years of experience in the field of fine art photography.

I mostly use myself and my children as models, which makes my photography honest and true. My work has been shown in several magazines world wide, and I have held both solo- and group exhibitions in Oslo, Norway. I am the co-author of the book “Between Intervals” together with the American photographer and professor Dr. José Escobar. “Between Intervals” is a fine art book on mental disorders told through photographs.

 Artist statement

My goal is to raise awareness of mental health through my work. I consider my photography to be a plunge into the darker sides of the human mind, and many of my images are visual representations of conditions associated with mental illness. The pictures tell about those who are gripped by darkness, isolation and sadness, and about relationships with close family . They tell about the lack of belonging, to live in a separate world that few or no others can enter or understand. It’s about the fog that comes creeping , which overpowers and paralyzes, the invisible disease.

More information about the soulful work of Maren Klemp can be found on the following websites:

Maren Klemp on Photoshelter

Maren Klemp on Instagram

 


 

Maren Klemp Gallery

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