Discussion with National Geographic Photographer Erika Larsen
Erika Larsen: I will show work that has been created in partnership with National Geographic over the past decade and will speak about my process of creating projects. I am very open to your questions and look forward to creating a discussion.
Erika Larsen is a multidisciplinary storyteller who believes that photography is one of the most important ways to explore our understanding of time. She is fascinated by the way we communicate with nature and often focuses on people that maintain strong relationships to the natural world. Her monograph ‘Sami-Walking with Reindeer’, a reflection of her time living in the Scandinavian Arctic, was published in 2013.
Larsen is a Storytelling Fellow with National Geographic Society exploring how ritual can help us communicate our relationship to liminality, consciousness and daily life. This work became her second monograph, ‘Materia Prima, ‘ published in 2021. Her work has been included in the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery, University of Kentucky Art Museum, Fotografiska Museum and the United States Embassy in Oslo.
This Meeting is Free!
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