2016
Assigning Numbers To Phenomenon
photo
141.5 x 200 cm
Exhibition: Digging For Fire
Bildmuseet, Umea
The scale of a non-representational painting is 1:1, but it can feel as though it is zoomed-in or zoomed-out. I painted with oil on a small mdf board, scanned it at 1200 dpi, and had it printed out to be 200 cm across. I assigned numbers to the phenomena. 

2016
Model
cardboard, paper, tape
146.5 x 170 x 47.5 cm
Exhibition: Digging For Fire
Bildmuseet, Umea
Model was a site specific work, bringing a part of my practice out of the studio context. It hung leaning forward at an 18 degree angle at the top of a stairwell, so that from the bottom of the stairs it
apeared convex, while up close it is concave. 

2015
Painting (positive and negative)
Light on wall
290,83 x 268,29 cm, each

Exhibition:

Rose is a Rose is a Rose is a Rose
Galleriet, Umeå
Multiple 3D models were made as a study of Mark Rothko's No. 14 (1960). While being filmed, LED lights changed colors over the black paper of the models. In the exhibition space they were projected to the size of the work they appropriated. The two selected pieces have been named "positive" and "negative" reflecting the way the models were built, as opposites of each other. Installed facing each other, the projections were looped out of sync, filling the space between them with colored light.




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HOW WILL YOU GO ABOUT FINDINGTHAT THING THE NATURE OF WHICH IS COMPLETELY UNKNOWN TO YOU? /MENO