“I – One” by Valdimar Thorlacius

In Valdimar Thorlacius by ZiemowitLeave a Comment

Today as Part 3 of our In Depth Series with Valdimar Thorlacius we present his “I – One” project. This is what Valdimar writes about the project himself:

A small town has evolved surrounding an active geothermal area in the South of Iceland. The town was named Hveragerði, a name closely linked to thermal activity whereas hver means a hot spring in Icelandic.  Hveragerði is now and has always been close to Road 1 or the Ring Road as we call the main road that circles Iceland connecting its inhabitants.  The town has always been considered a place of interest.  It’s a place where hot water wells up from the earth in a constant flow. It may flow calmly for a while, predictably even, until it gushes forward forceful, loud and unpredictable.

If you enjoyed reading this post check our introduction to Valdimar’s work and the interview with the photographer.

Share this Post

Recent Posts

Leave a Comment