( Interdisciplinary artist, with an interest in socialism, sci-fi, digital culture, space and the apocalypse )
Works / Projects
What will life on Earth look like in the future? How can we imagine a future that will be radically different from the present? Can our planet help us visualise and comprehend the future?
According to collective expertise, evidence of climate change is overwhelming. Earth’s temperature is rising as a consequence of greenhouse gas emissions, thus resulting in extreme climate conditions. The changes are taking place to such an extent that it equals an entry into a new geological epoch, and we are exceedingly experiencing more of the large-scale impacts brought on by climate change.
The exhibition investigates and relates to a world where humans no longer form the basis, but are simply an existence amongst others in our environment. The aim is to dissolve the dichotomy between human and environment, and to discover stories beyond, a new and unexplored path into the future. In The Word for World Is Forest we are presented with four artists who, in different ways, deal with the idea of humankind and nature as an indivisible whole, whilst relating to the meeting points between art and science.
Timo Menke, Hanna Ljungh, Lina Persson, Niklas Wallenborg
Köttinspektionen24 augusti - 8 september 2019
Virtual Total Eclipse(of the heart)
Karl Marx Fashion
No Tears for Space!
The Life and Death of the WWW
Recreate the first Meal Eaten in Space
Sci-fi is for Real
going under underground
How to Explain Internet and the Age of Surveillance Capitalism to a Karl Marx bust.
God in the Machine
Everlasting (neverending) Sunrise/Sunset
Outer Space as Public Space
The act of Foreseeing
Time will tear us apart and draw us together
Utopia - Our own fantasy will be the Revolution.
Sci-fi a Family Dinner
The Word for World Is Forest