The series Domestic Landscapes refers to suburban nature and architecture, as my aim with this series was to comment and interpret the modern Norwegian man-made landscape. Here I strived to make pictures belonging to the narrative aesthetic of cinema, without appropriating specific films. Instead one can see them as a pastiche of a certain kind of film language. Nature has been a recurring theme in many of my previous works, but has been dealt with in different ways. One common denominator might be playing and twisting with a collective, idealized imagery and memories relating to nature and landscape
Mrs Robinson says:
What attracts me most in these stunning series is the calm, serentity and pureness in the subject. The magnificent power of nature in the pictures of the trees brings back some sweet childhood memories. Therefore, the combination of powerful trees and innocent girls is very strong to me.
These images can be a great visual help in telling stories about beautiful North European areas.