Stella Polaris* Ulloriarsuaq is an international photographic fine arts project that captures Greenland’s disappearing ice in breathtakin...
Stella Polaris* Ulloriarsuaq is an international photographic fine arts project that captures Greenland’s disappearing ice in breathtaking photos and film. The first light expedition took place in November 2012, with another in February 2013. Together with Greenlanders, the team literally “photo-graphed.” They “painted with light”—illuminating icebergs and glaciers with high- powered flashlights—thereby sending light-messages into the world through the medium of photography. Using time exposure under the northern lights, these light-paintings, true works of art, were produced along with awe-inspiring shots of the project and its light ambassadors. The project team includes Nomi Baumgartl (photographer and initiator), Sven Nieder (photographer), Yatri N. Niehaus (film director), and Laali Lyberth (coordinator for Greenlan Find out more on http://www.stella-polaris.info