we don’t know what the fuck we’re doing but that’s okay, 2018

Hardcover: 110 pages
Language: English
Product dimensions: 18x18cm

  ‘we don’t know what the fuck we’re doing but that’s okay’ is a personal photographic study exploring the broad concept of contemporary youth culture through a smaller group of select twenty-something individuals. The series of analog images exposes the intimate, ordinary moments of everyday student life which typically – and very often intentionally- remain undocumented. As a subjective body of work, these photographs reflect the artist’s current reality and present lifestyles observed and experienced by herself. Photographs shot between October 2017 and May 2018.


21, 2019

21 is…
fear of life in the ‘real world’ and finding a job post-graduation. 21 is coming to terms with the fact that fucking up is and will always be inevitable. 21 is chock-full of heartbreak and betrayal. 21 is discovering what and who you value above all else.

21 can be lonely. 21 can be exciting and exhilarating. 21 can feel scary and invigorating and endless.

It is young and vibrant and uncertain. And for better or for worse, it doesn’t last forever…

Following the passing of a close friend in February 2019, Ingwersen sifted through hundreds of analog images shot in the months leading up to the unforeseen tragedy and crafted a visual narrative depicting her day-to-day life and those with whom she shares it. 

This is a book that celebrates life. She really hopes you’ll like it. 

Hardcover: 188 pages
Language: English
Product dimensions: 30cmx30cm