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Linda Persson

My practice has its roots in sculpture but I use a multi-disciplinary approach to investigate the structure and syntax often through filmic representation, aiming to unsettle the viewer’s physical perception to achieve emotional engagement.

Quite an opposite turn appears in the video piece 'the ground is no longer beneath our feet, yet we are not falling' that presents a computer gif, which has a coded recognized entry to visibility, alike a stage curtain. What appears beyond will also emphasize what is hidden.

www.lindapersson.org / xrayattheperseverance@yahoo.co.uk


Linda Persson, 2 normalcy bias, Berlin
2 normalcy bias, Berlin
The ground is no longer beneath our feet; yet we are not falling – video loop, monitor, 2011


Linda Persson, 2 normalcy bias, Berlin
2 normalcy bias, Berlin
interim inertia – silk, sewn pigskin, brass fitting, 2011


Linda Persson, 2n
2 normalcy bias, Berlin