Michael Johansson deals with ordinary objects that we all recognise, but in a way far from the ordinary. Driven by the agenda to densify and categorize the world, found objects are morphed into precisely stacked rectangular shapes, connected to a certain place, where their original purpose
is transformed and they are reformed into models of themselves. Johansson currently works in Berlin and Malmö.
This lecture is part of the series “aus dem Nähkästchen…” at the Chair of Media, Trend and Public Appearance. This lecture will be held in English.
Tuesday, 25.06.2013, 20:00