No(rwegian) Superhero. At the age of seven, I became obsessed with super heroes. It was the only thing I could think of. I loved their meaningful and adventurous life. I was taken by their colorful costumes. My mother even made me one. As children we are driven to pursue the unattainable, but to no avail. I remained the same little boy chasing my dream. When I grew up I decided to make superman the subject of a photo series. My project shows the character of Superman as a real human being, going after the impossible mission. His big dream is to fly, regardless of the consequences- it’s trials and error.
Ole Marius Jorgensen is a fine art photographer based in Oslo. He combines humour and a Norwegian strain of surrealism in his work and finds his inspiration in old folk tales and Nordic saga. He likes to shoot in the sparsely populated areas of the Northern regions. Many of his iconic images reflect the dreams and fears of his countrymen and raise questions of identity.