"My images work in this way: like a mirror they show, not our selves, but our "inner landscapes," transported through the camera. One could say that I work within 'magic realism.'"
The subjects are drawn from everywhere, and yet there's a sense in which they all appear to hail from the same iconographical realm. While constituting visual records of places and spaces, they are even more an attestation to a consistent mode of seeing. We are left feeling that the world is pre-configured to be transposed into image. I don't want the images to end at the picture's edge. They continue far beyond – to where the thoughts leap even as our eyes are engaged. Persistently impelled there by the picture. Transported."
Born in 1968, Tim Eskild Jorgensen is a Danish artist, and a graduate of the prestigious (FAMU) Academy of Performing Arts in Prague. Tim's architectural landscapes have been published internationally, and his fine art work has been featured in numerous group exhibitions as well as several solo shows both in his native Denmark and abroad. Tim's monograph "SitesISights" was published in 2007 and his fine art work is held in various private collections. Tim lives in Copenhagen where he teaches photography and pursues new projects.