The exhibition “I want to be…” shows photographic works based on childhood dreams and wishes.
The project is a collaboration between the DTK students and photo teacher Rui Dias.
The art (and craft) of “little big” dreams is fun.
Freezing a childhood’s dream in funny frames was the challenge accepted by the DTK Photography students.The main focus was composition and the making of a dream in a studio setting.
Dreams were shared. This was a personal and collective project that brought us together.
Ana Pessoa e Costa
Cathrine Mikkelsen Lauring
Hilde K. Engel Bredal
Ida Marie Fjeld Hansen
Isak Mathisen Hansen
Monica Hagstrøm Schjerven
Adam Nyri | Inventor
Alma Orecevic | Actress
Ana Pessoa e Costa | Pilot
Annica Fosli | Chimney sweeper
Beata Daria Kubecka | Paleontologist
Camilla Zachriassson | Artist
Cathrine Mikkelsen Lauring | Ballet dancer
Cristina Dagestad | Opera singer
Esther Sandstrøm | Artist
Eva Mathiesen | Hat maker
Hilde Engel Bredal | Professional swimmer
Ida Marie Fjeld Hansen | Film director
Inger Edvinsen | Fashion designer
Isak Mathisen Hansen | Doctor
Julio Da Silva | Priest
Kirsten Moe | Detective
Lilja Sightvatsdottir | Indian
Linda Edvardsen | Librarian
Margarida Paiva | Vetenarian
Mari Sagrusten | Jedi
Marianne Hasselberg | Farmer
Marius Funnemark | Princess
Marta Teresa Hagen | Artist
Marta Morais | Marcel Lupin
Monica Hagstrøm Schjerven | Doctor
Nicoleta Eiden | Tailor
Nina Møyner Lund | Peace maker
Pia Pauanne | Artist
Rina Neimi | Artist
Rhea Hovden | Motor rider
Rui Dias | Pilot
Rus Mesic | Pinoccio
Sara Lucas | Fashion designer
Sonja Kluge-Berge | Fidel Castro
Stine Didrksen | Archeologist
Tommy Aashildrød | Indiana Jones
Birgitte Bjelland | Indian
“This exhibition was born from a challenge I launched to my photography students, last year and this year. The idea was to find out the childhood dream of all DTK students and teachers and photograph them, in a studio environment, recreating those dreams. And using only a 50mm lens.
Imagination, creativity and good humor were the essential ingredients.
The challenge was accepted, the dreams shared and now we are the ones to share the results. And I can’t be more proud.
The exhibition includes also the students final annual project.”