Cultures in Transition gives viewers the opportunity to broaden their thinking and be transported to a world beyond their own. The lives captured in these images showcase cultural diversity while exploring the aesthetics of disappearance. Geir Jordahl, True North Editions publisher writes: “Oliver Klink's pictures are dreams manifest – they become representations of our past, present, and future. His photographs are of exotic places and people, yet they connect deeply to what it means to be human. They are about survival. They are about hope. They are about the Spirit, Heart, and Soul in us all.”
Art is a personal endeavor. One’s expression is empowered by the illusion of security that comes with exploring in the dark of night. Stealing away after dark, Geo seeks unique visions while others may be indoors reading by a lamp or dining with friends bathed in chandelier light. The dark world outside is alive and awaiting engagement.