Untitled (Legoland with Horse), Tórshavn, Faroe Islands

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Artist Statement

 

I was in Tórshavn, the capital of the Faroe Islands, which is located between Scotland and Iceland, smack dab in the middle of the Gulf Stream. One day on the island, while out hunting for Haribo gummies, I came upon an impossibly surreal white horse, just one horn shy of being a unicorn. With nonchalance, it was eating some tall grass in front of a parking lot, its mystical wildness juxtaposed against a suburban landscape, more like Legoland than what the locals term "the land of maybe." The contrast in this image is one of many that is a harbinger of what may come in this tangibly magical setting. The encroachment of the modern is on its way, and my photographs of the Faroe Islands and my continuing island project is a documentation of the push and pull between magic and reality. Will there still be an almost too mythical white horse standing in that parking lot in 20 years?

 

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Cydney Puro was born and raised in Santa Monica, California. Much of her work is rooted in the documentary and offers a rare glimpse into the lives of her subjects and their environments. Puro is currently working on a project related to specific islands’ contrast between modernization and the traditional; she recently returned from the Faroe Islands, located in the North Atlantic. Her work has been exhibited at galleries in Los Angeles and New York City, and it has been published in the New York Times Sunday Magazine. Currently, Puro spends her time between Los Angeles and New York City. She received her BFA in photography from Bard College.