Korean photographer Kel Belter brings a hazy and dreamy scene to life. Through this series shot on 35 mm film, Kel Belter depicts loneliness. The series “Last Girl” epitomises the feeling of sinking into a dreamlike solitude that no one can penetrate.
Kel Belter explains the series’ approach:
“The concept and title of this shoot is “Last Girl” (or “말녀” in Korean which has the double meaning of ‘last/final daughter’) A girl wakes up in the middle of an empty athletic field in Seoul. She wanders around in a daze, lost in the strange sense of loss and apathy evoked by an empty world. At times, we feel like we are completely alone in our own worlds. We get lost in that loneliness, but we also become comfortable. So we withdraw and isolate ourselves even more. With this series, I wanted to portray that sense of dreamy isolation. All photos were shot on 35mm Portra film.”