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orka (2013)

Svala Ragnars

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Svala Ragnar's Orka presents a new and unexpected representation of Icelandic nature. Centered around eight geothermal and hydroelectric energy plants, it shows a rarely displayed man-made structure of the country. Orka highlights the visual impact of these energy structures that how they create an interrupted landscape of tormented rifts, beautiful geometry and strange land art that reshape the surface of the nature.

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Svala Ragnars

Svala Ragnars is an Icelandic documentary photographer. She graduated with an MA in photo journalism and documentary photography from London College of Communication. In 2014 she was named as one of the“30 under 30”by Magnum Photos and The Photography Show. The same year, she was shortlisted as the yearly photographer for the Royal Geographical Society. Her works have often appeared in The Guardian and multiple other mainstream media outlets. She now lives in London, and loves overland travelling, architecture, and whisky. From mountain ranges to winding streets, Svala's photos are full of desolate, playful, geometry that reflects on how humanity is interposed and interacts with nature. 

2015 Land Representation, Group exhibition, Jimei X Arles International Photo Festival, China

2015 Elves Point of View project (in progress) featured as an online gallery on the Guardian website in March

2014 Group exhibition in collaboration with Pholio, The Royal Bank of Canada, London.

2014 Shortlisted for the Environmental Photographer of the Year awards, Royal Geographical Society

2014 Magnum Photos and The Photography Show "30 under 30" competition, winner

2013 Shortlisted for the International Street Photography Award Student category.

orka x

Svala Ragnars

Harking back to Edward Burtynsky's industrial landscapes, Svala Ragnar's Orka presents a new and unexpected representation of Icelandic nature. Centered around eight geothermal and hydroelectric energy plants, it shows a rarely displayed man-made structure of the country. The implementation of these power stations in Iceland has great visual impact on its nature, creating a dilemma for a nation that identifies itself internationally through its image of untouched landscape. Orka highlights the visual impact of these energy structures that how they create an interrupted landscape of tormented rifts, beautiful geometry and strange land art that reshape the surface of the nature.

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