Josefina Anjou & Ingrid Blix (Fine Arts)
Sculpture with metal embroidered, painted, bleached textile
‘We rigged up a curtain for dreams. And between us and our memory of Xinombra came a grand forgetting filled with its own life.’ – Harry Martinsson, Aniara (1956)
How does a grand forgetting look and feel? How does it manifest? By using techniques of disruption, fragmentation, and repetition, this is the outcome of an attempt to visualize the illogical qualities of dreams and memories.
Keywords: Fade, Fragment, Fabulation, Forgetting