Made for Let me lose myself, an invisible exhibition hosted in the multivalent, unique cultural heritage site that is the Woodland Cemetery in Stockholm.
The audience is taken on a journey beyond the geography of the place, a journey where new interior and exterior pathways are activated. The sound art piece are downloaded onto a mobile phone or an mp3-player, making it possible for the visitor to explore the space and the exhibition independently and at his or her own pace.
Dreams are parallel worlds.
Like death, they are borderlands, a journey into unexplored terrain.
Indescribable lands, where we are born anew, over and over again.
In this piece, this indescribable, abstract event tries to break through
– with the use of words – to a kind of logic.
The attempt fails – as it always does – but through the attempt something
else emerges: poetry through incomplete meaning.
One abstraction brings forth another, but is it not in the space in between these
that one comes closest to the real core of being? About as close as wandering through a cemetery.
One doesn’t get much closer to life than this.