At Home We BelongSun 26 May —Sun 25 Aug
Inuuteq Storch offers a more multifaceted description of today’s Greenland than the narrow image that is frequently presented to the outside world. In his works he often combines his own photography with a rich archival material, which gives a both private and universal historical survey, and offers a unique perspective from within a culture that is most often portrayed from the outside.
When, at some point in my life, it came to me that the history of us, and thereby me, is mostly documented by human beings that came to us. I decided that I want to bring out the documents that were made by us. So I started digging in archives to find how we would have told it.
Inuuteq Storch grew up in Greenland in the 1990’s and most of his photographic work invxolves investigations of his nationality and cultural roots. Storch has studied photography at Fatamorgana in Copenhagen and at International Center of Photography in New York. He has published several photo books and his work has been exhibited in the US, Columbia, Greenland, Denmark, Sweden, and Norway.