IN MAGAZINE NO. 3
Felix Dolah pictures are haunting and thought-provoking. His ghostly figures stand tall and anonymous on a black background, with only an inkling of a face, which conveys little to nothing.
While the figures often are presented in a group, there hangs a sense of isolation or solitude about each individual. Are they a part of the same, or an eclectic gathering of beings?
Felix lets the images wander ever downwards, as your thought seeks deeper into the abyss, that is the human condition.
//Mathias S. Larsen