…and time is just a mental tool we have invented to controle and rationalize our spatial activities
- Solo exhibition at Museum Vandalorum, Värnamo, Sweden, September 1 – November 18, 2012. The show presented a new site-specific work: House for wings and stones, 2012 (wood, steel, stone, glass, cloth, cast aluminum, lightbulb, and photo etching by Vito Acconci: 2 wings for wall and person,1979-81). An archive of sculptures and works on paper from 1985-2012. Exhibition catalog sculptural considerations available at email@example.com
Out of Sight out of Mind, 2005
Temporary installation in an apartment downtown Chicago. 24/7 video projection on window for 14 days. Made during a stay as Visiting Artist at Columbia College, Art and Design dept, Chicago, 2005/06
Citizen Center, 2003/2004. Proposal for a new community center in Vårbygård, a suburban community south of Stockholm. New building containing school, childrens museum, public library and indoor public square. In total 2500 m2. Invited competition. Collaboration with artist Thomas Liljenberg and architect Erik Stenberg.
Andratx, 2003. Gold leaf on stone. Public work made during a stay as Artist-in-residence at Centro Cultural Andratx, Mallorca, Spain.
Welcome, 2003. Public work for geriatric nursing home, Vaxholm, Sweden. Laminated colored glass in main entrance.
Snowflake, 2001. Public work for the city library in Vindeln, Sweden. Limestone and marble. Comissioned by Statens Konstråd and Vindeln municipality.
Snowflake, 2001. Public work for the city library in Vindeln, Sweden. Limestone and marble. Comissioned by Statens Konstråd and Vindeln municipality.click on ”older posts” below to see more works
Del Mar, 1998. Installation in BildMuseet, Umeå University, Sweden. Marble monolith, looped video projection of one hour un-edited recording at sunset on Del Mar beach, California.
Casa de los Valientes, 1994. Made during 3 months as Artist-in-residence at The Chinati Foundation, Marfa, Texas. Sculpture with architectural ambitions.
Butterfly Airport, 1992. Installation at Charlottenborg Castle, Copenhagen. Living butterfly pupae, mixed media.