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Solbilleder - en fotografisk rejse fra Rom til Konstantinopel

Mette Perregaard

2005

forlaget Tidsskriftet Sfinx (Orbis)

ISBN: 8-78-963234-6

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Solbilleder - En fotografisk rejse fra Rom til Konstantinopel.



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Solbilleder af Mette Perregaard er både en rejse- og en fotobog. Den er fyldt med 100 smukke og fascinerende fotografier taget kort efter fotografiets opfindelse i 1839, samt nutidige billeder af Mette Perregaard. Et udvalg  kan du se herunder.


Bogen indeholder tekster af forfatterne Thomas Boberg, H.C. Andersen og kunsthistoriker Lars Kiel Bertelsen samt af Mette Perregaard.

I Labyrinten

Mette Perregaard

2006

13 min DK/Kort fiktion


Instruktør: Mette Perregaaard

Musik: Jesús Rueda

Manuskript: Mette Perregaard

Fotograf: Mette Perregaard

Klipper: Rikke Malene Nielsen

Produktion: Filmværksteet DFI

Prod. nr. 1999441


Vist: CCCB, Barcelona, Circulo de Bellas Artes,Madrid, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo, Vigo, Sneakbar DFI, Kbh, Spaziaperti, Roma


Et musikalsk billeddigt fra Damaskus, Beirut, Rom



Kan ses i videoteket: DFI





En rejse gennem drømmenes hvælvede passager..., ind i lysets korridorer..., gennem glemte døre..., mellem skumringens sorte hække..., ned ad nattens vindeltrapper..., til uendelige ørkner.

Memories of the future

Mette Perregaard

2000

catalogue ©alibiart

ISBN: 87-988113-0-4


 Exhibited: Casa Velazquez, Madrid 2000

Galleri K.A.U.S, Cph 1998

Fuori Luogo, Campobasso, 1998

  


This work started 31.07.1998 with an advertisement in the local paper Nuovo Molise, Campobasso, Italy, in which the citizens of the town were invited to contribute photographic material for Mette Perregaards artistic project. From the material Mette Perregaard selected both photos and a written testimony about an unfortunate explosion related to mine disposal in Campobasso, 1946. 




"Thus my grandfather had laid down to rest after lunch in the little courtyard. He must have slept longer than he had reckoned with, though, and on waking he realised that he was ten minutes late for his appointment with the others on the course. It was this delay that saved his life."


A relative postscript signed 19.06 1994, Campobasso


The Alibi of the city

Mette Perregaard

1996

catalogue ©alibiart


 Exhibited: Acc. di Danimarca, Rome 1996

Galleria Serpenti Rome 1996

Overgaden 1998


The Alibi of the City

Investigation work 1995

Montage of photographs and texts


Conceived, photographed and written by Mette Perregaard


Translated into English by Jacopo Benci




The detective: Since the beginning of 1995 I have been working on the case of a man who disappeared and whose last news date back to 1935. The case was entrusted to me by a person who is also unknown to me, and who gave me 60 boxes full of photographs taken in Rome. These photographs had been anonymously sent daily since 1935. I called this case “The alibi of the city. Rome 1935-1995”.


The Alibi of the city

Mette Perregaard

1996

catalogue ©alibiart

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