This series, Horizontal Displacement, is an exploration of the landscape and the natural forces that animate it. Brodersen strives to go beyond simply recording the factual view and tries to convey the tangible experience of being in a landscape. The practice is therefore a balancing act between control and chance; as he is after an image that should feel unrestricted, but that can only be seized in a semi-controlled way.
In Horizontal Displacement, the horizon is photographed from an open drifting boat. The camera used as a tool to register movement becomes a part of the movement it is mapping.
Where J.M.W. Turner supposedly tied himself to the mast to experience the storm, the camera is tied to its tripod while the conditions are recorded.