SWISS photographic series of Kim Høltermand
Kim Holtermand is a photographer born in Copenhagen in 1977 specialized in architecture and landscape’ pictures. He deliberately chooses to create a cold and dehumanized atmosphere of buildings and their surroundings in order to recurrently work on the loneliness emotion. In a highly connected world, loneliness becomes a powerful thing. He draws inspiration from the work of Kubrick or Ridley Scott. His work has already been featured in numerous international magazines as well as several specialized blogs. Kim Holtermand was honored with the Netdiver Best of the Year, the International Photography Awards and the National Photo Competition. SWISS is one of his most recent series.
What is the starting point of your SWISS series?
My SWISS series was shot during a trip to Switzerland in autumn 2017. Every shot was taken with no prior planning – as I went through the great landscape and city of Luzern and a few other cities, the series slowly evolved into SWISS.
This series is a dialogue between architecture and landscapes, your two subjects of interest. What do you want to tell throught those images?
I wanted to show the beautiful architecture and landscape of the Switzerland seen with my eyes.
Kim Høltermand’s work was published in Cercle Magazine #2: Science fiction (april 2014).
Kim Høltermand’ website: holtermand.dk
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