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MAGIC FOR BENJAMIN, 2016
HD video (color, sound, loop. 11’33’’. Fabric and poster)
PRESTO, 2016-17
Collage (70 x 100 cm, digital print on photo paper)
PERLIMPIMPIM, 2016-17
Collage (70 x 100 cm, digital print on photo paper)
Égua (Mare) # 1-4, 2017
Sculptural exhibition furniture (Styrofoam, plastic bags, bubblewrap, cardboard, plywood, IKEA-stool, straps)

With Helena Olsson and Ihra Lill at Colliding Narratives exhibition, Sjöbo Konsthall, Sjöbo 2017

Magic for Benjamin asks the question if contemporary art and magic tricks have something in common? By using familiar imagery appropriated from the internet it tells the story of the Indian Rope Trick through video-collage and cut-up writing. While the title of the work alludes to Walter Benjamin who in 1936 wrote “The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction”, leaving us unsure about our current relationship with art.