Myne Søe-Pedersen is a visual artist, who works primarily with experimental photography. Her work is an ongoing exploration of the relationship between time, space and perception, and draws on inspiration from the history of photography and photographic processes. Recurrent motifs are mirrors, glass and negatives, as well as print-related objects and techniques. Søe-Pedersen’s projects are serial and repetitive in nature, thereby creating a focus on the details of the singular image at the same time as forming a significant whole. 

Interview(Danish) on ISO 600 med Søren Rønholt podcast

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