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These first ones were easy since I know them both. One of them used to be my kindergarden teacher. But I have been looking for more, asking around for potential candidates.
In the process I
realized that this name probably
hit it’s peak in the 1940′s and 50′s. There are only 342 women registered Icelanders that carry that name. So most women I find or hear of are at the same age. Since I’m looking for a wider age group I started calling up elementary schools and asking if any students there were named Valdís. After calling 6 schools, sounding a little like a creep I finally found one 14 year old girl. Of corse even in Reykjavík it’s not easy getting in touch with children this way over the phone. But the school got her mother my info and thankfully she called me back.
I took a screen shot of the pieces I have collected. I have been thinking a lot about old prison photos and earlier portraits like passport photos. Stripped down profile and portrait. Kind of gives you the feeling that you’re trying to analyze the person through the photograph. All they have is their name, and their names are all the same.
Valdís Jóna Erlendsdóttir (1953)
Works at Ás, a workshop for disabled people.
Valdís Helga Þorgeirsdóttir (1988)
Studies at the University of Iceland and works part time at a Laundomat Café, a bistro down town Reykjavík.