My wife was diagnosed with breast cancer early 2015. Of course it was a chock when we received the message. I felt anger and frustration. It was nothing I could do. We started to make images together. All the situations we went through as a couple. The result became “Voyage”.

 

01-iterum-stabit

The image illustrates how I felt when I received the message. Item Stabit, knocked to the ground.

02-falling

Falling illustrates the fear of losing my wife after the message from the hospital that she had cancer.

03-waiting-room

Cancer surgery. Waiting, 11 hours in the waiting room. No information given. Wife taken care of by health personal, time is running. Unanswered questions.

04-timeline

Surgery done! Soon she is starting hear chemo and radiation treatment. So far 2015 has been a bumpy track. But… it looks better in the future. We just follow the track and hope for the best.

05-arrival

Even when you have a serious and dangerous health condition, it´s possible to decide how your daily life will be. Witch cabin are the best on to live in? All of the have names, it´s up to us. “Happiness”, “Misery”, “Salvation” or “Peace”.

06-confusion

The doctors may have found more tumors! Everything is a mess, bad communication between different doctors and laboratories. Four failed biopsies, but still they see that something is not right! Confusion!

07-small-people

Our “Regular” hostpital don´t have the best equipment for accurate biopsies. My wife was sent to a hostpital specializing on cancer treatment. My wife said, Finn.. I feel so damn small, yes… we are small people in a big health system!

08-the-game

After being at several hospitals for new biopsies the health personal found more tumors. We felt like bricks in a game. We needed to start all over again, new surgery etc. The card say “Logistic problems, please return to start”

09-ups-and-downs

“Ups and Downs” Life is journey. Ups and downs. Some days are great, other days are not so great!

10-new-beginning

Treatment is over! Life is good!

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