As it’s Norwegian Constitution Day showing a great series by Øystein Sture Aspelund
The series is a collection of temporary installations of smoke, light, and fire set in the unspoiled Nordic landscapes. The red light contrasts strongly with the background casting an eerie glow like something from a science fiction film.
Thematically, the series is examining our relationship with the landscape and natural habitat. It is focusing on how we, as humans, interact with our natural spaces and environments. Raising awareness and presence, the series is aiming to create a symbiosis with the installations and its surroundings, while at the same time reflecting on the so-called Anthropocene epoch we live in today.
See more of Øystein Sture Aspelund’s work on Behance or at his website.
Photographer Reuben Wu utilizes modified drones as aerial light sources, illuminating obscure landscapes in a way that makes each appear new and unexplored.
You can see more of Wu’s landscape photography on his Instagram and Facebook
From a beautiful series of images set in a forest by Australia-based photographer Lilli Waters.
Design by makeup artist, Linda Öhrström
From “Space//Squared”, a group exhibit exploring ideas of architectural and natural landscape.