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We are seated in Nathalia Edenmont’s sitting room in Stockholm’s Östermalm district. An adjoining room in the apartment serves as her studio. On the threshold between the two rooms there is a tripod supporting a large-format camera covered by a black cloth. In the background one notes a row of umbrella reflectors.
Here and there on the floor are boxes of butterflies and insects. On the walls there is art. Most of it is Nathalia’s own work. In a corner there is a lamp. The shade is glossy black. The foot of the lamp consists of a gold-painted Kalashnikov rifle. The lamp disseminates a beautiful light.
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