A gigantic desert of ice stretches out, inhospitable and enigmatic, with untouched beauty. Where the earth and the sky merge.
The fragile and extremely beautiful nature coexists in harmony with the harshness of one of the most inhospitable areas of the planet.
The infinite world of the Arctic, contrasts with the insignificance of being human. An imposing silence floods everything, providing a deep peace and the awareness of being alive. To be one of all the beings on earth.
The peoples that inhabit the Arctic, possess the serenity and simplicity of the human being, live connected to nature, far from the rules that govern the industrialized world. Nature offers them everything they need.
The white landscape without shadows teaches once again to look, to discover every detail of this untamed land. Where only by following the laws of nature you can survive.
The White Line addresses the Arctic region as the place where to return to the serenity and original simplicity of the human being, it describes the white immensity of the Arctic, and the peoples that inhabit it in harmony with nature.
The photographs that make up The White Line were taken between 2016 and 2019 in the Arctic Circle, in the regions of Kulusuk and Qaanaaq in Greenland, Yamalia in Siberia, and Norwegian and Finnish Lapland.