Supported by the Dutch Art Counsil (BKVB/Mondrian)
An extraordinary portrait of a group of Southern teens hanging out in cars, rooms, and neighborhood yards in humid pool-party weather. Rødbro creates a deft and skilful montage in which animals, insects children and adolescents all inhabit an environment easily and warmly shared. Through subtly glancing shots taken at oblique angles and in brief bursts, I Touched Her Legs reaches directly into the soul of this small band of friends and explains everything that is important without a single dull expository declaration on their circumstances.
Eva Marie Rodbro
Eva Marie Rødbro was born 1980 in Denmark, Lives and works in Copenhagen DK. Has a BA in photography from Gerrit Rietveld Academy, Amsterdam NL 2005-2008. Now studies documentary directing at the National Danish Film School. Exhibited and screened internationally at numerous shows, events and festivals among others FOAM, W139, NL fotomuseum, Berlin Documentary Forum, Charlottenborg Kunsthal, Fotografisk Center CPH, Peter Lav Gallery, CPH:DOX, Ann Arbor FF.