Rebecca Eskilsson

For contact: rebecca.eskilsson@gmail.com study photography at göteborgs university ( sweden.)
Symbols, patterns and sound form together a unit that I'm always striving towards. A step into another world.

I am interested in the actual process of my work , I often use already existing images / video, which I then "destroy" and modify to make my own works. How much can you borrow from others? And how much can you change already existing works into your own? I take media and images I need to get exactly what I want to express. My works are usually composed of several layers, I'm not afraid to shoot and cut the clips over and over again so it's exactly what I want. That means, repetition and composition play a major role in my world of images and some of them recur in my work again and again.
contact me:
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Resan kring världen
Collage 2014

Resan kring världen

Collage 2014

Försök till räddning genom andeflykt, Rebecca Eskilsson
2014, Mixed media, Installation view

Försök till räddning genom andeflykt, Rebecca Eskilsson

2014, Mixed media, Installation view

Försök till räddning genom andeflykt, Rebecca Eskilsson
2014, Mixed media, Installation view

Försök till räddning genom andeflykt, Rebecca Eskilsson

2014, Mixed media, Installation view

Räddning genom andeflykt
Rebecca Eskilsson 2014
rebecca.eskilsson@gmail.com

Räddning genom andeflykt

Rebecca Eskilsson 2014

rebecca.eskilsson@gmail.com

Räddning genom andeflykt
Rebecca Eskilsson 2014
rebecca.eskilsson@gmail.com

Räddning genom andeflykt

Rebecca Eskilsson 2014

rebecca.eskilsson@gmail.com

räddning genom andeflykt 
Rebecca Eskilsson 2014

räddning genom andeflykt 

Rebecca Eskilsson 2014

short movie from 2013

working on my bachelor exhibition in photography…
more to come soon
photos 60x60cm

working on my bachelor exhibition in photography…

more to come soon

photos 60x60cm

ESKAPISM - fly verkligheten med Acéphale 13/4 2013

I Illustrated maps for Acéphale of their exhibition Eskapism

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