Artist Kylli Sparre -- also known as Sparrek -- captures surreal images of women in the wilderness, lying on grass, bodies stacked on top of a rock and choreographed poses. These images integrate aesthetics and movements from the ballet she practiced for many years in compositions and strange and poetic time. Her images are mostly captured outside among dark evergreens, fields and lakes, but all of her images have an innate silence to them.

The images are loud in terms of content and poses, but they’re very dream-like and muted. The color schemes could be responsible for this, or perhaps the outstanding models that she acquired for her shots. These models look as though they’ve been captured and frozen in these poses forever, in between a matrix from which they can’t escape.