Young people, mostly girls, portrayed alone or in small groups, often seemingly unaware of the eye of the camera, or ignoring it. The images appear to deal with the inconspicuous moments of everyday social interactions. Still, despite the lack of action and the evasive motif there is dramatic framing to the works, sometimes with dark shadows, unfocused lens, slighty slanting angle. As if the images has caught the very moment before something is about to happen. They seem to be re-enacted scenes from a film, or recollections from different movies, and the viewer is enticed, or even bound, to create a story to go along with the images.
Jenny Källman combines the unsentimental with the sensitive, the poetic with the everyday, in captivating images which oscillate in the borderland between the staged and the documentary. There is neither chance element nor truth claim here. The series of images could also be read as a photo- roman, or documentary fiction, including social rituals, unseen events, and authentic gestures, holding the joy of friendship and shared experiences, but also anxiety and the deepest sense of solitude.