Artifacts: Photographer Eivind H. Natvig
After the better part of a decade overseas, Eivind H. Natvig has spent the past three years traveling and documenting his native Norway. In an effort to reinvent his photography and come to terms with the elusive notion of home, he spent 12 months living out of a vehicle and on the couches of strangers. While working on this project, titled “You Are Here Now,” he formed a friendship with a traveling arctic priest. As trust grew between the two, doors opened and Natvig was welcomed into a beautiful and isolated community whom few, even in Norway, have ever seen.
“Collecting images around the world is just that—collecting. Long ago I stopped buying things while on the road—you just cannot when