Project Amagerbrogade 132, 20-2013

Karin Ott

This work of wall-art was painted on the back on the building on Amagerbrogade 132. It seems both cool and hauning to me – no less so on the background of the worn down building…


Project Amagerbrogade 132, 15-2013

Karin Ott

In real time these shots are about one month old. I visit the building site pretty much once a week, and every time I think it won’t be possible reduce what’s left further. Once I got over the initial shock of how much of the building was to be removed, my thoughts are mostly concerned with if I might still find something to photograph. I always do but among other things this project has turned out to be a great exercise for me in finding motives even when I think there isn’t a single one.

Project Amagerbrogade 132, 12-2013

Karin Ott

A detail from the inside of one of the windows. A fellow photographer commented resently that the shots I showed him were at unusual low light conditions. It’s just that I always seem to end up in unusual low light conditions. Off tomorrow for my weekly photo session with this building. I wonder what’llI find this time. No low light situation, though, I guess as the there is so little left…