For over a year now I’ve been collecting landscapes in jars using analog double exposures—in this project I have realized a childish dream. I play with the idea of being an ambitious collector; conserving my environments into a large personal collection. Most landscapes are from where I grew up, on the countryside in the south of Finland, where my roots still lie. Separation anxiety to my childhood is simply what absorbed me into this project.
With analog multiple exposures I’m able to manipulate my photographs in-camera—this project was not created or manipulated in an external software such as Photoshop. All double exposures are shot on medium format film that I develop and scan myself. I print pigment prints on museum quality paper, these are available in limited editions.
Jarred & Displaced is an ongoing project, this is my first installment.
EDIT: Prints are not put into physical jars. Neither manipulated in Photoshop nor darkroom; all works are in-camera exposed twice on the same negative.
Limited edition prints are available on request. Pigment prints on German Etching paper (310g).
Available in three sizes; small, medium and large. World-wide shipping.
Project featured in including: The Guardian, Vice, PetaPixel, Colossal, Adobe, Behancé, Graffica, Condé Nast Traveller, Saatchi Art, PhotoGrist, ELLE Deccoration, Digital Camera Uk, Design Milk, Linda Magazine, F-Stoppers, HOT Magazine, Cool Material, Deko, Booooooom, Kuva-Lehti, Deco Magazine, Photoblog.hk, Fotosidan, Fubiz, Digital Arts Online, My Modern Met, The Phoblographer, PhotoBlog.hk, Lomography, Whudat, Faith is Torment, F-Stoppers, Fotosidan, Cooph, Prophotos.ru,