“I like it when you look at a picture and you don’t know what you’re looking at,” says Casper Sejersen. We speak to the photographer and Another Man contributor as a new solo exhibition opens in London
For a man who speaks quickly, barely pausing for breath, Casper Sejersen doesn’t give much away. He is eager to talk about his new body of work, One, Two, Three, Four, which goes on show at Cob Gallery from this Saturday, but is equally keen not to say too much. This doesn’t come from a desire to be deliberately mysterious or evasive – the Danish photographer is personable and open – but rather because his work is all about suggestion. Less seems to be more, and being too literal or descriptive just isn’t his bag.