Norwegian artist Rune Guneriussen is working in the transition between installation and photography. As a conceptual artist he works site specific, primarily in nature and creates beautiful light installations with old lamps or books.
In 2005 he started to work on objects and has been photographing at locations all over Norway. Thereby his work focuses on sculpture and installation, rather than on photography. The long one man work on an largescale installation is a process triggering the artistic genom. This process involves the object, story, space and most important the time it is made within. For him it is an approach to the balance between nature and human culture, and all the sublevels of our own existence. The work is made solely on site, and the photographs represents the reality of the installation itself. As an artist he believes strongly that art itself should be questioning and bewildering as opposed to patronising and restricting. In contrast to the current fashion he does not want to dictate a way to understand his art, but rather indicate a path to understanding a story.