Interview by PSQ
Kåre William Wulff is a Danish artist, poet, musician and photographer.
Working mostly with mixed material arts, Wulff doesn’t identify his work with a ‘real status quo,’ but draws upon travel for his perspective.
This particular series tells the story of his journey through the Philippines and represents a ‘crystallising of the small, everyday beauties and moments that revolve around life on a remote island.’
‘Most anything inspires me, and my hunger for expression is insatiable. Born in the cold North, I always had an urge to feel the warmth of the planet. So in 2014, I spent 6 months on a small Pilipino Island named Siargao. It was here that I set out to document not the surfing, but the life I lived when I wasn’t surfing.’
It is with this notion that he shares these photos, hoping that they ‘ring your intuitional bell.’