Daniela Hedman: Beach and Kajsa Linberg: Standard Graphs
Spirituality and regulatory framework is in contrast to last spring's exhibition at Platina in Stockholm. Daniela Hedman and Kajsa Lindberg separate works reinforce each other in the first joint exhibition they do in the gallery.
Artist listDaniela Hedman, Kajsa Lindberg
Spirituality and regulatory framework is in contrast to last spring's exhibition at Platina in Stockholm. Daniela Hedman and Kajsa Lindberg separate works reinforce each other in the first exhibition they do together in the gallery.
What are humans without the artifacts? And how do we deal with the items we have around? In contrast to the materialistic temptations that otherwise govern the society we live in, Daniela Hedman shows, with sensitivity, the spirituality that can be accessed through well-chosen items.
“I have a basic interest of the human body.
I am fascinated by the body’s ongoing physical presence and what impact that does to your spirituality. I see the body as a tool for expression and I enjoy making objects related to it. In my jewellery I am constantly strive to achieve a total necessity between the object and the body. That is when the core of my making appears.”
- says Daniela Hedman
Seeing beyond the regular structures is also the basis of Kajsa Lindberg's work. By questioning the norms she opens up for other perspectives on what we have around us.
“Within my work lies an exploration of all the regulations that surround us in our daily lives. I am interested in different types of rules and codes that exist in society. How we can benefit from artificial systems and how a standard might occasionally go too far while we forget what exists beyond our created systems. Letters, numbers and symbols will always slip through the material. They are embedded throughout the work. They seep through it. At times they manifest completely. At times they only leave traces, but they are always present." - Kajsa Lindberg
Daniela Hedman and Kajsa Lindberg graduated from Konstfack, University of Arts, Crafts and Design, in the same year 2008. Since then they share studio in Stockholm.
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