After being hardly hit by the global economic crisis in 2008, Iceland has been the protagonist of a miraculous recovery. The island has chosen to take a step back (or forward?) returning to land and betting on a green and sustainable economy based on natural resources.
Dauðalogn is a journey through a country of sharp contrasts, but also the Bildungsroman of a child, Andry, becoming adult in an open dialogue with an extreme nature.
Andrea Roversi (b. 1983) is a freelance photographer based in Rome. His project Dauðalogn was presented at Slideluck Naples and Slideluck Tokyo 2016.
He’s been interviewed for GUP Magazine where he speaks about looking for the intangible in a photograph, storytelling and using light to convey emotions.
a. What program was used to create the multimedia?
b. How and why did you choose that sound/music?
I chose the music because I needed something that amalgamated with the images. I needed music that was like a sound coming out of the ground, a kind of remote song of nature.
c. Tell us about the editing process when you think of a multimedia.
Often, I don’t work with the media, in this case I tried to put together a series of images that would create a suspended atmosphere, dreamlike, almost a deadly calm or, to say it in Icelandic, a Dauðalogn!