Posted by in Video Work, on October 10, 2015


Ingenstans (meaning “nowhere” in Swedish) is a video project about living between languages, trading American city life for village life in Sweden, or somewhere, nowhere. As a whole, the film could be taken as a sort of ethnographic film, combining elements of documentary film with narrative film, spurious accounts of cultural icons, and reenactments of actual events.


Ingenstans was shot in Karlskrona Sweden, Copenhagen, Paris, Amsterdam, and California. The video is in English and Swedish with fleeting moments in Bulgarian, Italian, French, and Chinese. (running time 20 minutes)



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