This artwork from the series "The Sacred Pilgrims" is by the Norwegian artist Trygve Skogrand, who has been investigating the meeting between the holy and the commonplace in his digital art for over 20 years. The work "Thirty-five Visions" is a mosaic of scanned and manipulated lomographic photos, combined with elements taken from low-church artworks, asking the question: Is the glimpses of the commonplace, the un-noticed also a kind of holy visions?
Trygve Skogrand (b. 1967) lives and works in Asenfjord, Norway. After originally educating as a Civil Engineer, he has been working as an artist using computers as his artistic tool since the late 1990s. Skogrand's works have been exhibited in Oslo, Trondheim, Malmö, London, Edinburgh and Berlin, and been published as several art books.