Emilie Hudig - Untitled II, 2012
Signed, dated, numbered and titled on a label
30 x 30 cm
Editie van 10 + 2 AP
ABOUT THE WORK
With her project Untitled
Emilie Hudig portrays members of the nobility. She started the project as her grandfather and her mother are of noble descent. Hudig used a Polaroid SX70, a charming old-fashioned camera which instantly produces photographs. As a result, the person portrayed could approve or reject the image on the spot. The result of the project is in a way romantic, picturesque and detached. It conjures up a fairy-tale image of the nobility as imagined by the outside world. Anonymous images, without mentioning a family name, Untitled
ABOUT THE PHOTOGRAPHER
Emilie Hudig (b. 1973) studied Cultural Anthropology and Media and Culture at the University of Amsterdam. After her studies at the Amsterdam Fotoacademie in 2007 she exhibited her project Control
at Foam 3H. In 2009 Hudig won the Zilveren Camera photo story of the year with her book Control
is the second large personal project of Hudig. It was exhibited at Museum van Loon in September 2012. In addition to her personal projects Hudig also works on commissions for clients and magazines.
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