4 – 27 June 1999
AAGE LANGHELLE, OGAR GRAFE & JOHAN SUNESON
“Aage Langhelle presents an installation mainly consisting of manually intertwined photographies referring to raster graphics, woven structures, and digital imagery. The works appear as manifestations of visual decomposition and restructuring.
Ogar Grafe shows photographies, embroideries, and objects inspired by old mythology and new popular culture.
Johan Suneson debuted with this exhibition, displaying a glass object representing his family- mom, dad, and brothers. Allegories and abstractions refer to his childhood environment, drawings on the wall present motives from artistic, bohemian, Free Church societies undergoing metamorphosis.”
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