In the photo series "Somnulence", Gjert Rognli wants to present an alluringly colorful depiction of a mythological and surrealistic landscape. In the photographs, he uses displaced post-war houses that he fills with water, living and dead animals, his body, and nature as a backdrop for the stories he tells about the eternal cycles of life. The works are open to more questions and interpretations; has man lost his closeness to the more supernatural or religious nature? A presentation that brings us as viewers closer to life and death? This series has won a number of international photo awards, the project has been done over time, in Oslo and Kåfjord in North Troms.