The story behind the artwork
I consider The Faroe Islands to be one of most spectacular places on earth. Wild, rough and beautiful. One minut the sun is shining from a clear blue sky, and the next fog and mist is taking over. I think this kind of weather – foggy and misty – is so much more dramatic and intense especially for photography. And I am excited about the lonely roads of The Faroe Islands…
As long as there are children who die from cancer, or has a difficult life after treatment,
there is a need for family support, research and information.
Mads Guldager (b. 1965) has travelled the cities of the world for decades – always with his camera as travel companion. He thrives in the suburban environment, blends in and documents what he sees – architecture, life, street art, details. Capturing them all, producing lasting images that only the wandering, curios person has time to reveal.
Mads Guldager´s training is autodidact. Originally trained as an interior designer he has an eye for the aesthtetic, for colour, balance and the small details that makes the mind wander…