Oblivious takes you into the hidden world around us. A world of all ages but this time placed in the sixties. ‘Everlasting’ tells the story of the beauty and tragedy of a marriage. Where kindred spirits find each other and lose each other. About the passing of time over a lifetime and what remains.
‘I won’t say goodbye’ is the true story of an old lady with
dementia who has been living in a care home round the corner from her own house for the last four years. However, she maintains her lovely nineteen sixties bungalow on the coast as a museum of memories. Oblivious is a photographic project that is pleasing to the eye, stimulates the brain and enriches the environment. It zooms in, in a poetic way, on the insecurities, disappointments and desires of its characters.
Annabel Oosteweeghel (1969) is a photographer living in Noordwijk. She graduated from the Academie St. Joost having studied Audio-visual design. Her film background means that her photos are more than just images. They tell a story. Her commercial work focuses on lifestyle and people. Annabel has photographed for numerous advertising agencies and magazines both in the Netherlands and abroad. Her work has been published in the New York Times Magazine, Elle, Volkskrant Magazine and she also has large commercial campaigns to her name. Alongside her commercial work, she also works on personal photography projects.