Working title: Våtmark
Exhibition at Galleri Syster in Luleå 20/2-13/3 2021
We examine the bog as a place, idea and its analogy with queer rooms. The bog has throughout history been described as difficult to access, difficult to define and areas which at times have been dangerous to stay in. Areas that have attracted and seduced. With common methods, we explore the bog's' layers, qualities and biological processes, and investigate how these can function as an additional partner in our work.
Photo installation, 2018
OH-paper on window.
Documentation photos from the exhibition Om Fotografi at Centrum för Fotografi, 2018.
Vår blick är en rörelse som vi väljer att följa
Our look is a movement which we choose to follow
Video installation, 2016
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Documentation photos from the exhibitions Fotografins ömsint vårdande blick at Centrum för Fotografi and Spring exhibition at Konstfack, 2016.
Video installation, 2015
Featuring: Anna Belstock, Varja Berg, Hanna Widgren, Juli Apponen, Sabina Zupanc, Amanda Krüger
Three pair of actresses are doing a mirroring exercise. One in each pair starts talking about a personal memory which she feels unsure of, whilst the other tries to mimic during the exact same time. In between the scenes they are talking freely.
Documentation photos from Solo exhibition, Vita havet, Konstfack, 2015.
Ett flöde av dött material
A flow of dead material
Video installation, 2015
Exhibited in Det vi ännu tror oss kunna benämna, Galleri CFF, 2015.
De förstod varandra
They understood each other
Photographic series, 2014
Exhibited in Hungry Eyes, Galleri Platform, 2014.
A photographic series consisting of three images. The originial portraits are taken from front pages of a german lesbian magazine published between 1926-1930.
I re-photographed the portraits and used a mirror to add the reflection from the sun on their eyes.
Actors: Ida Mirow, Niki Yrla, Sabina Zupanc, Elliot Lundegård
I asked the actors to tell the same line, five times over. I looked at the actors through the camera while I was directing them.
The line is taken from the movie Persona by Ingmar Bergman
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Bibi, Edie, Jean
Video installation, 2012
In Bibi, Edie, Jean I mimic scenes from three feature movies: Bibi Andersson in Persona, Edie Sedgwijk in Poor Little Rich Girl and Jean Seberg in À bout de souffle.
I was interested in a certain notion of femininity and wanted to investigate how the act of imitation could be a tool for expanding this notion.
Documentation photos from Red Sky at Morning at Röda Sten Konsthall, 2012.
Drömmen om Elin
12 min of a conversation with Niki Yrla about a fictive woman called Elin.