FILMClaes Söderquist, 1969, 28’
“Travelogue. Portraits – Images from a journey is a black-and-white travel journal, in which the themes of memories and their relationship to the past suddenly catch up and rush away from us.
FILMClaes Söderquist, 1981, 27’
“In Epitaph, landscape has partly taken the place of man. The film can be described as a psychodrama about loss and of the expanding toil of memory.
FILMClaes Söderquist, 1985-1987, 36’
“Landscape is Söderquist’s first minimalistic film. Together with Passages – Portrait of a city (2001) and Labyrinth (2013), it forms a trilogy exploring space by means of the landscape and the city.