Fotograf Ulf Lundin är aktuell med en utställningen Best of Sweden på Galleri Magnus Karlsson, Stockholm.
”The basic idea of the project is that I go to a place in the morning before dawn and set up a tripod. Then I take a photo every five minutes, all day long, until it gets dark again at night. […] Once I get back to the studio, I put together various parts of the original images to make a new image where it might be night in one corner, early morning in another, and a detail in the middle might be lit up by the bright midday sun.
A whole day compressed into a single image. Every finished image consists of 50–200 fragments of various original photos.”