Imagine a place where fish are islands, landscapes become waterfalls, and the moon is hung from a ladder. Find these impossible worlds in the work of Erik Johansson, a Swedish photographer/visual artist now based in Prague, who creates dream-like realities through clever and complex montages of nature using his own photographs knit together digitally. The ASI exhibition includes nearly 30 of his works, including several new pieces that will be exhibited here for the first time.
Johansson’s work challenges the viewer’s perception of reality. For Johansson, creating an image is about problem solving – photographing ideas, not moments. The exhibition was organized by the Swedish Museum of Natural History in recognition of Johansson’s 2015 award as Nature Photographer of the Year by Naturvårdsverket (Swedish Environmental Protection Agency).
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