Exhibited as part of the MFA degree group show
With eyes closed, call me
12 April – 5 May 2019
Bergen Kunsthall, Bergen

Hygieia, consists of sculptures made from polished mild steel, ceramics and plastics. It examines hygienic materials and objects in relation to the human body. The sculptures adopt an anti-bodily language which balance between the corporeal and the artificial, the caring and the latently sinister. Through the emulation of clean surfaces and streamlined shapes the works ponder the relationship between function and the aesthetics of hygiene and cleanliness.

Documentation: Jane Sverdrupsen, Linda Morell

Review: Med lukkede øyne og tungen på veggen, Åsa Osmundsen Opedal, Kunsthåndverk