From series "Inter-Space"
archival pigment print, mounted on 1.5mm anodised aluminium board supported with 15mm backframe 115x94cm 2016
Mölder studied geography and applies that experience to mapping various phenomena, observations, and ideas, while presenting them in a visually structured manner. The aim of one of her first series “Landmarks” (2007) was to explore the possibilities of poetic language of space and photography. This is not unlike the photo series “Inter-Space” (2016), depicting landscapes in a non-three-dimensional way, balancing between painting and photography. These images, photographed from a bird’s-eye view seem to map the impossible, while casting doubt on the veracity of photography.