"Hisingen", Gallery Big Love, 2005
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On this day the monitor was moved into the gallery's inner room, into the field of sugar. Displayed on the monitor was a video of a Star Wars toy figure, an Ewok (a small bear-like figure), looking at a series of Mark Rothko paintings, which filled the whole screen. In the sugar-field several Star Wars figures are placed, all looking in different directions.
In the inner room the guitar amplifier is back in the far corner, with a large painting of my apartment building perched on top. In the building can be seen a detailed description of my apartment, with myself playing guitar, seen from above. On the wall by the painting several cut-out drawings are placed, portraying a kind of stream-of-consciousness. Next to the amplifier the painting of the pirate ship was placed. On the floor are the Lego road-platforms, connecting the painting with the Kapten Krok drawing, still on the dividing wall, and the Millenium Falcon, which is still in it's corner. The Playmobile pirate ship reappears and travels on the road.
From some small speakers behind the amplifier can be heard a quiet, Feldmanesque improvised piece I recorded at home with guitar and pump-organ. (The piece can be heard here)
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photographs by Hampus Pettersson, Margot Jacobs and Daniel Rehn