MOSSLESS: What artists or photographers do you look to for inspiration?
CELINE CLANET: I noticed I actually get the most of my inspiration from many things that are not art-related. But I would say that European painters from the 16th/17th Century (as well as German and Danish painters from 19th century) have been probably the most art-related aesthetic influence on my photo work, among others sort of influences. Those men really knew something about light.
ML: Is there anywhere you’ve visited that has had a huge impact on you?
CC: The tundra landscapes that you find around Máze village, Norwegian Lapland. I often dream of it from my Parisian bed.
“Since 2005, I have been traveling regularly to Máze, a small Sámi village located at the highest point of the European map, far above the Arctic Circle, in Norwegian Lapland. There, I met quiet people, sometimes melancholic, captivating, who are very proud of their village and territory. They often have binoculars at hand, even in their homes, to gaze at these beautiful landscapes.”
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