Ingrid Bugge dyrker et kraftfuldt, drømmende og klassisk malerisk udtryk. Hun arbejder også med installationen, både som udsmykning og som kunstneriske, multimedielle projekter.
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Ingrid Bugge, f. 1968, dansk fotograf og visuel kunstner. Hun arbejder med udgangspunkt i fotografiet. Det tager form som store kunstprojekter, bøger, installationskunst, fotografiske værker og videoscenografier.
Hun har en række soloprojekter bag sig, bl.a. "Ballettens Indre Rum" på KunstCentret Silkeborg Bad, "Mellem Linierne" på Det Nationale Fotomuseum (2013), "Når Matematikken Taler" på Københavns Universitet (2013) og "Overgivelse" i Grundtvigs Kirke i (2011). Tidligere har hun været kreativ udvikler for bl.a. DR, Natinalmuseet og Tycho Brahes Planetarium, med fokus på etablering af visuelle historier på nye medier, lydkollager og kortfilm.
Quotes from the Press 2014
”…It’s a wonderful body of work, she has created there… it is obvious, that there is a long tradition in arts of artist fixating on ballet dancers. Like Degas, Matisse and all these people worked around ballet and the Ballet Russe. What I thought was interesting technologically, which she obviously engaged in this hugely laborious very technologically advanced process, but is used it to create something that’s strangely, sort of gently, quite painterly in the end result, and it’s almost the antithesis of what you’d expect, that process would have let to. They are wonderful pictures.”- Justin Quirk, BBC
“Her understanding and interpretations of the art form and the individual works gives her book and exhibitions more depth and relevance for a ballet audience as well as opening the door for a new audience.” - Eva Kistrup, Copenhagen Report
“...in Bugge’s photographs, you can almost feel the movement and emotion. With its surreal elements, the series feels like a game changer.” - Astrid Olsson, Norwegian
”... it is almost as if you can hear the Royal Orchestra play everything from the elf girls dance in a folk tale to the majestic knight dance in Romeo and Juliet.” - Ole Nørlyng, Weekendavisen
“...Bugge brings a fascinating digitalised craft to her work. More fascinating still are the different kinds of image sequencing that Bugge is able to feature in it. ...Bugge’s work with the Royal Danish Ballet shows her to be a marvellous recorder of dancers, their bodies, their working lives, their onstage magic. But in these sequencing techniques she captures the essence of what it’s like to observe dance too.” - Gulf News
”Photographer captures haunting beauty of ballet in the digital age” - CNN
“Photographer Ingrid Bugge spent nearly two years in residence with the Danish Royal Ballet and employed digital techniques to capture movement and animate dance sequences. The result is The Essence of Ballet, a collection that showcases the mesmerizing illusion of depth in her images.” - Judith Mackrell, The Guardian
“More fascinating still are the different kinds of image sequencing that Bugge is able to feature in the ibook. One format she uses is like an update of the old cartoon flip book…” - Lucie Sheppard, londondance.com
”...Here we are talking about a kind of visual basic research in the being of the ballet and the soul of dance and nerve expressed in magical charming images. ... In her photos she maintains the flawless figures in movements, attitudes and gestures in the dance of theballet, while she introduces to experience and fascination of the many beautiful costumes and all the fantasy world of adventure, the theater offers.” - Rigmor Lovring, Kunstavisen