Photos were printed on Hahnemühle fine art paper and framed with stained maple showcase frame and museum glass.
“As kids our fears are often easy to name or recognise. We are afraid of monsters, ghosts, or the shadows behind the curtains. As we get older our fears often get more abstract. The new amorphous fears create new kind of ghosts into our lives, ghosts we can’t name yet.
The New Ghosts series deals with the relationship between father and daughter as well as their attempts to understand life, change and the passing of time. The images reflect questions of the world and around identity. Questions on adulthood and childhood, life and death, as well as what kind of role models, ideas, standards of beauty, and scenarios of the future we give each other.”
The photos have now been exhibited in Gallery Ratamo in Jyväskylä. In October they are going to be exhibited in Gallery Hippolyte, Helsinki and in November in Northern Photographic Centre in Oulu