Morten Schelde’s work depicts the intersection of physical and imaginary spaces. His drawings, paintings and photographic works sample images from different media, collecting and combining them in the construction of new narratives and blurring reality and fiction in the process. Through this recycling and re-invention of images he explores the gap between romance and melancholy, belief and scepticism, mirroring and obstructing. However, this is not a nostalgia trip or “boy’s own” adventure. Within his “inner landscapes” Schelde creates a new universe, where the unfamiliar penetrates, populated by shadowy scenes, figures, and objects.