That House is an Odd Fellow


A retro-fitted building, with marks of its various functions over decades. Like a fragmented character of a Samuel Beckett story. A fragmentet personality as a building structure, a fragmentet personality personality; a house for a house to live in. In its two iterations (2015 and 2016) spanned across painting, sculpture, installation, video, sound and five booklets.

This was a play, and a psyche to which all it thinks and feels is true, questioning the possibilities of existing. A relational challenge among versions of oneself.

The stage like sculptures where based on a sampling process, blending characteristics from within the original building in Malmö. The emerald green staircase rising up from the entry hall with marble tiles glued onto the plaster walls in order to convince clients of the now long abandoned dental clinic. The neon light and turquoise green staircase leading you down to the basement with soft cork covered walls, smokey lacker on dark wood, slanting walls and the deep hum from the boiler room.

The exhibitions were presented at Project Room 1 KHM and IAC Malmö.