Devil's Dance, 2015
A life form from the ground arises in a constant movement where it’s allures the beholder to believe that it holds a history. The smell of the hay emits memories of the past.
When approaching the object a relationship with the viewer is created, a kind of energy. The object creates a spatial awareness that in many ways are clear and interesting but perhaps if one see it as abstract, other dimensions would shine trough. The sense of it slipping between being here and not being here is a piquant feeling. It’s living, vibrant as taken out of the landscape. It holds narratives from Scandinavian traditions, rituals and myths. The subjects are plaited into the romantic and sublime as within the space. The viewers’ movement around it enhances the notion of life and as a symbol of fertility.