The call of the jackdaw

The Call of the Jackdaw explores the transition from an intuitive, sensory view of the world to a more observant, detached perspective.

Words by

Rianne Tegelaar

© Rianne Tegelaar | The call of the jackdaw

In our childhood, there comes a moment when our perspective on the world changes. Suddenly, we become spectators of the world around us rather than being a part of it. The natural feeling of being in harmony with our surroundings gives way to something else.

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© Rianne Tegelaar | The call of the jackdaw
© Rianne Tegelaar | The call of the jackdaw

The Call of the Jackdaw explores the transition from an intuitive, sensory view of the world to a more observant, detached perspective. It reflects a deep longing to return to simplicity, innocence, and imagination—a time untouched by the shadows of adulthood.

© Rianne Tegelaar | The call of the jackdaw
© Rianne Tegelaar | The call of the jackdaw

This series is an invitation to reflect on the challenges people face in a rapidly evolving world, where the pressure of time and social norms is often overwhelming. Creating a space where humans, animals, and nature merge, deeply hidden within dense vegetation, is a response to the overwhelming complexity of contemporary society.

© Rianne Tegelaar | The call of the jackdaw
© Rianne Tegelaar | The call of the jackdaw

The children in the photos serve as symbols of transformation and renewal, their continuous state of becoming aligned with the desire to preserve innocence and freedom while navigating a rapidly changing world. An elusive longing. What remains is but an echo.

About
Rianne Tegelaar (1981) is a visual artist who captures emotions and atmosphere through photography. Her work is influenced by magical realism. She possesses the ability to capture not only the physical aspects of a scene but also the emotions and atmosphere that accompany it. This enables her to create visual narratives that draw viewers into the enchanting world of her photos.Fascinated by the constant evolution and change in the world, she captures these transformations with a poetic approach. Her style is soft and ethereal, using muted colors and subtle lighting to create a sense of serenity.

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The call of the jackdaw

The Call of the Jackdaw explores the transition from an intuitive, sensory view of the world to a more observant, detached perspective.

Words by

Rianne Tegelaar

The Call of the Jackdaw explores the transition from an intuitive, sensory view of the world to a more observant, detached perspective.
© Rianne Tegelaar | The call of the jackdaw

In our childhood, there comes a moment when our perspective on the world changes. Suddenly, we become spectators of the world around us rather than being a part of it. The natural feeling of being in harmony with our surroundings gives way to something else.

© Rianne Tegelaar | The call of the jackdaw
© Rianne Tegelaar | The call of the jackdaw

The Call of the Jackdaw explores the transition from an intuitive, sensory view of the world to a more observant, detached perspective. It reflects a deep longing to return to simplicity, innocence, and imagination—a time untouched by the shadows of adulthood.

© Rianne Tegelaar | The call of the jackdaw
© Rianne Tegelaar | The call of the jackdaw

This series is an invitation to reflect on the challenges people face in a rapidly evolving world, where the pressure of time and social norms is often overwhelming. Creating a space where humans, animals, and nature merge, deeply hidden within dense vegetation, is a response to the overwhelming complexity of contemporary society.

© Rianne Tegelaar | The call of the jackdaw
© Rianne Tegelaar | The call of the jackdaw

The children in the photos serve as symbols of transformation and renewal, their continuous state of becoming aligned with the desire to preserve innocence and freedom while navigating a rapidly changing world. An elusive longing. What remains is but an echo.

About
Rianne Tegelaar (1981) is a visual artist who captures emotions and atmosphere through photography. Her work is influenced by magical realism. She possesses the ability to capture not only the physical aspects of a scene but also the emotions and atmosphere that accompany it. This enables her to create visual narratives that draw viewers into the enchanting world of her photos.Fascinated by the constant evolution and change in the world, she captures these transformations with a poetic approach. Her style is soft and ethereal, using muted colors and subtle lighting to create a sense of serenity.

More information

The call of the jackdaw

The Call of the Jackdaw explores the transition from an intuitive, sensory view of the world to a more observant, detached perspective.

Words by

Rianne Tegelaar

The call of the jackdaw
© Rianne Tegelaar | The call of the jackdaw

In our childhood, there comes a moment when our perspective on the world changes. Suddenly, we become spectators of the world around us rather than being a part of it. The natural feeling of being in harmony with our surroundings gives way to something else.

© Rianne Tegelaar | The call of the jackdaw
© Rianne Tegelaar | The call of the jackdaw

The Call of the Jackdaw explores the transition from an intuitive, sensory view of the world to a more observant, detached perspective. It reflects a deep longing to return to simplicity, innocence, and imagination—a time untouched by the shadows of adulthood.

© Rianne Tegelaar | The call of the jackdaw
© Rianne Tegelaar | The call of the jackdaw

This series is an invitation to reflect on the challenges people face in a rapidly evolving world, where the pressure of time and social norms is often overwhelming. Creating a space where humans, animals, and nature merge, deeply hidden within dense vegetation, is a response to the overwhelming complexity of contemporary society.

© Rianne Tegelaar | The call of the jackdaw
© Rianne Tegelaar | The call of the jackdaw

The children in the photos serve as symbols of transformation and renewal, their continuous state of becoming aligned with the desire to preserve innocence and freedom while navigating a rapidly changing world. An elusive longing. What remains is but an echo.

About
Rianne Tegelaar (1981) is a visual artist who captures emotions and atmosphere through photography. Her work is influenced by magical realism. She possesses the ability to capture not only the physical aspects of a scene but also the emotions and atmosphere that accompany it. This enables her to create visual narratives that draw viewers into the enchanting world of her photos.Fascinated by the constant evolution and change in the world, she captures these transformations with a poetic approach. Her style is soft and ethereal, using muted colors and subtle lighting to create a sense of serenity.

More information
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