Astrid Kruse Jensen’s photographs are conceived through the encounter between dark and light – in the twilight zone between the illuminated and the hidden, between the real and the imaginary. They are taken at dusk and at night because she mostly uses the ambient light sources on locations. The intensity of the light and the details of the darkness are the product of a long exposure. Darkness assumes both fullness and softness, allowing a wealth of visual impressions to take shape.
Astrid Kruse Jensen : Photography