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INTRO
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02
In Conversation

A Study on Swedish Life

This project was a study on life, and whether directly or indirectly, of how people live here in Stockholm.

Influenced by Kacper Kasprzyks’ photographs from this project, the Fall/Winter 2021 Collection becomes an exploration of fleeting moments in life, the mundane yet essential, imbued with a celebration of light and shadow. There is a feeling of a city, and of people in this space even in the absence of them as central characters.

Collaborating with a second photographer, Felix Swensson presents an alternative approach in which he captures the building blocks of Sweden. Both photographers documenting Sweden in different seasons but with an overarching focus on a deep appreciation for Swedish light. Kacper seeking out the changing light of autumn and Felix capturing the harsh contrast of winter darkness. Driven by curiosity, celebrating the unobserved and minute, recording everyday life through a lens.

Scroll through the photos from Felix and Kacper and read their thoughts on the beauty of Sweden and its unique light.

“Living in Stockholm for me is about living in a place where the city and nature live together side by side. I love that we are surrounded by water almost everywhere we go and have places like Djurgården Royal Park Island right in the center of the city. It is unique and very beautiful. I always feel like I can breathe here.” Kacper Kasprzyk
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“Transience and impermanence all apply somehow because of the pure nature of a shadow. The shadow being here for a brief moment to quickly change or disappear all because of the direction of the sun in a very short space of time. When I biked across Stockholm looking for different types of shapes I was surprised because depending on the time of the day I found different shapes in the exact same places and some days not at all.” Kacper Kasprzyk
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“Light is the strongest element you experience living in Sweden, it is something that affects all of us living here, from the extreme white nights of the summer to almost no light during the winter months.” Kacper Kasprzyk
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“Light is all because shadows are a pure product of light. In Sweden, the sunlight is so crisp and bright in the summers and I find the shadows are so graphic.” Kacper Kasprzyk
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“I especially love the shadows that turn up in early spring and late summer when the sun is not as high anymore and I find the quality of the shadows in the moment really magic.” Kacper Kasprzyk
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“I have always loved graphic objects, looking at light and how it shapes and sculpts shadows, how it can make it dramatic and give objects a more three-dimensional feel, especially in photographs.” Kacper Kasprzyk
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“I have always loved the shadows created by leaf heavy trees on objects that maybe are there just for that moment, such as on the side of a van or a bike. Moments that are fleeting are very unique in that sense.” Kacper Kasprzyk
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“These shadows make incredible patterns, with different graduation in them as light slips through differently, the shadows have more depth to them.” Kacper Kasprzyk
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“I think the images give the viewer small hints of how life is here. The empty office buildings, the close-ups of morning frost on cars, the light reflecting in windows, the silhouette of the subway. These are all observations by me that I think feels relevant to life here in Stockholm and how I perceive it during this time.” Felix Swensson
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“A lot of these places and details I have captured are at first very mundane but you can find some really beautiful things and lines when you start looking closer. Some of the images are close-ups of morning frost and leafless trees showing transience and impermanence.” Felix Swensson
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“Stockholm is very dark this time of year and when shooting these pictures there were long stretches where everything was just grey. Several days can go by when you barely see any sunlight at all and it can be very depressing. But eventually, when the clouds scatter a little bit and you see hints of sunlight, it’s beautiful. The sun stays low throughout the day and when it sets quite early in the afternoon, the light is cold, saturated blue, with hints of orange in the sky. Summers are comfortable and nice but the winters can be way more interesting.” Felix Swensson
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“What really caught my eye were all these barren trees. I haven’t noticed them much before and now I see them everywhere. I like the contrast between the straight minimalistic building in the background and the dark trees in the foreground.” Felix Swensson
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© Felix Swensson
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© Felix Swensson
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© Kacper Kasprzyk
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© Felix Swensson
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© Kacper Kasprzyk

Kacper Kasprzyk is a Swedish photographer and director whose work has been published in Dazed, Elle, French Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, GQ Style, i-D, and V magazine.

Felix Swensson is a Swedish photographer and videographer who graduated from The International Center of Photography in 2010 and in 2018 released his first book, “Dreams on the Baltic Sea”.