Life of Waste
In the Northwest area of Copenhagen there used to be an abandoned Falck Station, a rescue company, which has been painted over with graffiti and partially overgrown with plants. I used to go there to take pictures.
It was a strange place where old waste, graffiti and nature seemed to take on a life of it’s own which created new roles and interactions within itself. A place where the waste told me it’s secrets and it’s stories.
The area has now been demolished and a Lidl is currently occupying the space. So I am glad I got to capture these photos of the strange, little oasis of playfulness, decay and mystery.
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