Carl-Mikael Ström ‘Montöristen’

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In Ströms perspective, pregnancy was an abstract process, which didn’t become real until he held his son for the first time. Confronted by the immensity of birth, and becoming a father, he questioned his own importance.

Carl-Mikael understood his unimportance. A feeling about the vision of his inner self. Being present was more important than being a father. He tried to fit those emotions into thoughts. It led him into writing approximately 1700 journal pages during his son’s first year.

Carl-Mikael Ström (b.1986) Graduated from Fatamorgana in Copenhagen, Denmark (2013-2014). Carl-Mikael Ström works within photography, writing and film. He moves between the different mediums. Using time as the essential tool to let the project’s frame become clear and visible.

Ström believes that an image can take a lot of different forms and that time passing inevitably shows. Even in an image. Convinced that there is always more behind what you intend to say, he tries to accept the inevitable restraints and lies of creation. It comes down to the observer to position himself towards his work.

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