The lecture, which was a part of the lecture series Gestagangur in November - conducted by the Department of Design and Architecture, was given Tuesday the 20th of November at 12:15 in Þverholt 11.
Ami Sioux is photographer and musician, she gave a lecture at the Department of Design and Architecture Tuesday the 20th of November as a part of the lecture series Gestagangur in November
In her lecture, the photographer Ami Sioux reflects on her career as a photographer and her first monograph of personal work, From the Road. Spanning 2001 to 2018, this new book captures images taken across New York, Berlin, Paris, Tokyo and Los Angeles. A ballad of portraits, landscapes, and abstracts taken from her life during the last seventeen years, the work gives a sense of movement distinct from Sioux’s previous work. Her last three books, Paris 48°N, Reykjavik 64ºN and Tokyo 35ºN, all focused on the relationship of people to their cities. By contrast, From The Road engages with time on the run, showing portraits of lovers and friends alongside landscapes, interiors, and objects.
Ami Sioux is the founder of Zine Nº; a series of printed editions which explores the relationship between designers and their muses. As a musician she has released two
full-length albums: To Take you Down and Stand Your Ground, and is currently working on recording her third studio album. From The Road will travel to exhibitions in New York, Los Angeles and Tokyo.