Norwegian photographer Øyvind Hjelmen´s project Moments Reflected is a collection of fragmented memories. Floating in time, touching upon childhood, youth and adulthood, these images reflect on how we relate to ourselves and our surroundings as human beings. How the rest of our lives are built upon our childhood. How we relate to our fears, hopes, sexuality and dreams. The images suggest, they do not...
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