Natalie Goulet // April 2018.
Natalie Goulet is a Canadian photographer from Northern Ontario, who joined us here at the Fish Factory for the month of April 2018. This was her third time in Iceland within a year, and this time she came to work on her ongoing photography projects in the landscapes of East Iceland.
Natalie’s photography work is revolving around the concepts of home, whether it’s a physical space or a sense of belonging somewhere. Usually, she works taking photos of herself in different types of settings in abandoned, forgotten buildings or out in nature. The landscapes and the spaces become the extension of the inner landscapes of the artist. Also, as Natalie likes to work with the physical materiality of the images, she uses instant film and then modifies the images in irreversible ways, usually by burning them. Besides driving around the fjords and finding the perfect locations, this experimentation was what she was working on during her time in the residency.
Some of the photographs Natalie took around East Iceland while she in the residency in April 2018. // Natalie Goulet 2018.
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Thank you, Natalie!