Norwegian artist Ola Rindal left his homeland to study in Sweden before settling in Paris in 2001, where he has been living ever since.
Ola Rindal's project Dag Madoka Miya invites the viewer into the world of his family—a world where leaving is as beautiful and hopeful as arriving, light on the path appears just before your next step, and you are always, always within 10 minutes of a warm nap. It shows safe and peaceful environment, an ideal place to raise children, filled with acceptance and unconditional love."His work here is a study in contradictions: intensely intimate yet protective of his subjects, warm and fuzzy even when you’re viewing a literal icicle.
It urges you to be more inquisitive while keeping you at arm's length. Maybe in this work, he is revealing to us that most sought-after thing called balance,” described the book the team of Libraryman publishers.
The book was divided into three publications - one for each family member of the author: son, wife, and daughter, in alphabetical order. Each publication has an identical page count and number of images. Ola took the photographs in Norway, Japan, and France – places, where his family originates from.