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Seven Years


The National Museum of Photography, The Black Diamond, Copenhagen, Denmark 2010

The exhibition SEVEN YEARS made in collaboration with Uzma Ahmed Andresen uses photography, audio and video to thematically portray the tribulations of women forced to live in violent relationships. The exhibition is based on the current ‘seven-years-rule’ which includes women who have entered the country through marriage. If they divorce within the seven year period they may be at risk of deportation from Denmark. The project SEVEN YEARS is also an universal interpretation of the emotional situation of people who find themselves trapped in an impossible situation. SEVEN YEARS consists of a series of evocative photographs of women who are threatened with deportation after leaving their violent marriages. This is complimented by a video installation in which women tell their stories. The photographs capture individual women placed in nature, but the women do not appear to be part of the setting; rather they close in on themselves as a symbol of the isolation they are in.

The Videoinstallation:
Threshold of Pain
Director Tina Enghoff
Editing: Anders Refn
Interviews: Uzma Ahmed Andresen




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