Fredrik Skott on Rhonda's Space

I enjoy photography that is inspired by music and poetry. One of my favorite photographers who is inspired by words is Fredrik Skott. Here are a few of his photographic creations that I love!


Let us gather hallucinations ©Fredrik Skott

equipment: 2xtri-x (sandwich), court records, saliva, ovenpaper, plastic foil, selenium, gold, emaks k888 and some inspiration from psychonaut.


Anaconda ©Fredrik Skott

Baby finger on the trigger
Baby shot formaldehyde
Turn into a marble figure
Turn the matter dead inside
Turn into a China doll
Maybe go to the final ride
Baby go where I don't follow
Baby to the other side

equipment: hasselblad, tri-x, saliva, ovenpaper, viradon, plastic foil and some inspiration from The Sisters of Mercy.



A forest ©Fredrik Skott

Come closer and see
See into the trees
Find the girl
If you can
Come closer and see
See into the dark
Just follow your eyes

I hear her voice
Calling my name
The sound is deep
In the dark
I hear her voice
And start to run
Into the trees

Suddenly I stop
But I know it's too late
I'm lost in a forest
All alone
The girl was never there
It's always the same
I'm running towards nothing
Again and again and again and again

equipment: hasselblad, hp5+, tape, op12 (lith), water, needle, contrete wall, trees, selenium, emaks k883 and some inspiration from the cure.


Alice ©Fredrik Skott

Alice in her party dress
She thanks you kindly, so serene
She needs you like she needs her tranks
To tell her that the world is clean
To promise her a definition
Tell her where the rain will fall
Tell her where the sun shines bright and
Tell her she can have it all
Today

equipment: equipment: hasselblad, tri-x, saliva, ovenpaper, viradon, plastic foil and some inspiration from The Sisters of Mercy.

Comments

Mr Urbano said…
Oh yes! This is so beautiful. So glad to see you Fredrik in the 591 universe. Many thanks to both of you.
Anonymous said…
very interesting work and processes. congrats. the presentation with poetry is great. !

bea
paolo saccheri said…
surely inspiring!
Vedres Ági said…
nostalgic and near to our dreams. Alice's my favourite.