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Paralyzed By Berber Theunissen

Editions : 15 + 2 A.P Size:  58×50 cm Technique:  C-print   About the piece Paralyzed  is part of an ongoing project Theunissen is working on. She started to combine her series with the series into a new project, with a new muze. About the projects and Skin  is part of an ongoing project Theunissen is working on. She started to combine her series with the series into a new project, with a new muze. About the projects and Why i left Adam  is part of an ongoing project Theunissen is working on. She started to combine her series with the series into a new project, with a new muze. About the projects and Skin  is part of an ongoing project Theunissen is working on. She started to combine her series with the series into a new project, with a new muze. About the projects and Why I left Adam. Skin – l onging to learn to embrace the skin Theunissen lives in, she started photographing the skin of others. After having felt insecure and unwilling to accept who she was so often in her life, she wanted to feel connected to the flaws and the weaknesses of the girls she photographed, in the same way she experienced her own. It’s about peeling back the layers, exposing something deeply intimate and true.  Why I left Adam- a fter eight years of living in Amsterdam Theunissen started missing the woods, the quiet and the smells of the earth. On January 1st, 2015, she moved back to nature, the environment that inspires her the most. About the artist Berber Theunissen (b. 1989) lives and works in Amsterdam. Theunissen focuses her camera on things that affect her personally. Things that she love, but also things that make her feel vulnerable. She captures moments, feelings and memories of intense emotional value to her, or to the people around her. Her photographs are reflections of the memories in her mind. Theunissen takes photographs because she wants to preserve what is otherwise lost forever; time. Photography helps her create a sense of peace within her own chaotic being. She is obsessed with this thing called life, this absurd, all-consuming life, from the highs to the lows and every little thing in between. Obsessed with all the different kinds of moods and vibes we experience, day in, day out. Even the little things can cause an emotional rollercoaster of tears and laughter. We can understand some of these experiences, but others offer us no clue. She is infinitely curious about how to cope – as a human being, physically and mentally, as a person, as a girlfriend. Feeling so small in an universe so big.Read more

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260 GBP

Filter through By Victor Bergstedt

Editions: 25 Size: 50×70 cm Technique: Photography   About the piece Filter through means a lot to Victor Bergstedt because of it wasn’t so easy to find. Bergstedt and his friend had seen pictures of the tunnel several times but all the people refused to say where it was located since they wanted to keep it a secret. They found a picture where what you saw was right outside the tunnel, a sandy beach with palm trees. They sat down and looked for beaches around Hong Kong, and finally after several hours of searching the Internet they were almost sure where it was. It took Bergstedt and his friend two hours by train and bus to get out there. They went by bus into the jungle, next to a prison. After fifteen minutes of walking they found the tunnel they had been looking for. Bergstedt don’t think there’s a better feeling when you’ve spent time and energy on something and finally succeed. The image symbolizes “the road to the light” – that it takes time for things to grow and for you to succeed. The water symbolizes the way to the goal, that they reached it, finally. About the artist Victor Bergstedt (b. 1995) is a Stockholm based photographer. He is interested in capturing places that not many people visit and how powerful things can happen in these depopulated places. In his photographs he uses a sensitive technique to capture the details of the movement of the smoke. He is inspired by how a small components can become a powerful feeling.Read more

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130 GBP

Rand By Mathilda Sundström

Editions: 50 Size: 42×29,7 cm Technique: Print About the piece Mathilda Sundström perceives her works as abstract; they’re only figurative if the viewer chooses to interpret them that way. She works intuitively and preferably fast, with several images at the same time. Her material is paper in different forms and colors, mainly photographs from old newspapers and photo books that she has collected over the years. There’s no particular agenda behind Mathilda’s works, it’s rather an attempt to convey the feeling she’s looking for when she works, a sort of rebirth. She is in constant development; if her works feel too safe or too comfortable, they’ll fall flat. Mathilda has to surprise herself, to feel a sense of insecurity. She is constantly chasing a feeling; the perfect balance between safe and unsafe, which usually generates the best result. New images, new impressions, new people, meetings and ways of thinking fuel this development and inspire her to work. Mathilda Sundström (b.1991) is studying a BA (Bachelor) of Graphic Design and Illustration at University College of Arts, Crafts and Design in Stockholm. Her work is characterized by different materials mixed together. She is interested in the meeting of different textures and to work out a result by chance. To work is to experiment. Mathilda is inspired by the meetings between the sharp, soft, hard, dark, bright; the various contrasts formed and the overall impression and feeling when differences come together and form something new, unique. Mathilda Sundström perceives her works as abstract; they’re only figurative if the viewer chooses to interpret them that way. She works intuitively and preferably fast, with several images at the same time. Her material is paper in different forms and colors, mainly photographs from old newspapers and photo books that she has collected over the years. There’s no particular agenda behind Mathilda’s works, it’s rather an attempt to convey the feeling she’s looking for when she works, a sort of rebirth. She is in constant development; if her works feel too safe or too comfortable, they’ll fall flat. Mathilda has to surprise herself, to feel a sense of insecurity. She is constantly chasing a feeling; the perfect balance between safe and unsafe, which usually generates the best result. New images, new impressions, new people, meetings and ways of thinking fuel this development and inspire her to work. Mathilda Sundström (b.1991) is studying a BA (Bachelor) of Graphic Design and Illustration at University College of Arts, Crafts and Design in Stockholm. Her work is characterized by different materials mixed together. She is interested in the meeting of different textures and to work out a result by chance. To work is to experiment. Mathilda is inspired by the meetings between the sharp, soft, hard, dark, bright; the various contrasts formed and the overall impression and feeling when differences come together and form something new, unique. About the artist Mathilda Sundström perceives her works as abstract; they’re only figurative if the viewer chooses to interpret them that way. She works intuitively and preferably fast, with several images at the same time. Her material is paper in different forms and colors, mainly photographs from old newspapers and photo books that she has collected over the years. There’s no particular agenda behind Mathilda’s works, it’s rather an attempt to convey the feeling she’s looking for when she works, a sort of rebirth. She is in constant development; if her works feel too safe or too comfortable, they’ll fall flat. Mathilda has to surprise herself, to feel a sense of insecurity. She is constantly chasing a feeling; the perfect balance between safe and unsafe, which usually generates the best result. New images, new impressions, new people, meetings and ways of thinking fuel this development and inspire her to work. Mathilda Sundström (b.1991) is studying a BA (Bachelor) of Graphic Design and Illustration at University College of Arts, Crafts and Design in Stockholm. Her work is characterized by different materials mixed together. She is interested in the meeting of different textures and to work out a result by chance. To work is to experiment. Mathilda is inspired by the meetings between the sharp, soft, hard, dark, bright; the various contrasts formed and the overall impression and feeling when differences come together and form something new, unique.Read more

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60 GBP

Consolador 1 By Sara Kallioinen Lundgren

Editions: Original Size: Ca 10×3 cm Technique: Mixed media sculpture Editions: Original Size: Ca 10×3 cm Technique: Mixed media sculpture Editions: Original Size: Ca 10×3 cm Technique: Mixed media sculpture About the piece The sculptures in the series were made during the months Sara lived in Spain. An exotic place for her where everything was patterned, detailed and colorful. A place where many people are strict Catholics and openly show their sexuality. A blend of extravagant fashion and judging looks saying you’re showing too much skin. High and low, all or nothing. Consolador The sculptures in the series were made during the months Sara lived in Spain. An exotic place for her where everything was patterned, detailed and colorful. A place where many people are strict Catholics and openly show their sexuality. A blend of extravagant fashion and judging looks saying you’re showing too much skin. High and low, all or nothing. Consolador  means to comfort, but is also the Spanish word for dildo.   About the artist Sara Kallioinen Lundgren (b. 1993) is an artist based in Gothenburg. She is currently studying the BFA (Bachelor of Fine Arts) within ceramics at HDK in Gothenburg, but is working with her art from numerous materials and techniques. Her focus is most often at the surface of her artworks and the objects she is creating, meaning she’s working with the different structures of the materialities or applying a flat image or a pattern. The materials can range from ceramics to plaster and textile, The combination of two dimensional surfaces and three dimensional shapes is in constant focus. The experiments are balances between different materials, structures and surfaces.Read more

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130 GBP

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