Dypvannfisk is a story about an older woman living on the same farm as her divorced husband. Here they live in two separate houses, don't speak to each other, but share a mailbox. The woman tells about their past and her now solitary existence. Through the personal stories universal themes such as time, gender roles, absence and presence in immediate family are brought to light.
Currently on display at Sørlandsutstillingen, Arendal Kunstforening 22.08 - 20.09
and Skiens Kunstforening 03.10 - 07.11
Excerpt 01.?? of 08.3? min
(Video In Norwegian)