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Mikado Print

Robert Johansson


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Temporary outdoor public work commissioned for North Norwegian Art Centre in Mo i Rana, Norway. Duration Nov 2017- March 2017 The work digests around the identity of the place, through a play with the municipalitiy´s coat of arms in combination with a reference to the game mikado.

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My artistic practice encompasses myths, science and hearsays, and how humans reflect themselves in relation to nature and animals. I use associative, illogical and alluring narratives and their correlations with control, slump and ephemerality. I primarily work with drawing, pyrography, prints, installation and sculpture. Together with Jan Hakon Erichsen I had exhibitions in Svolvær (NO), Tromsø (NO), Copenhagen (DK), Molde (NO) and Trondheim (NO). These shows are part of a series of installations made up by site-specific works, sculptures, photos and videos. The dream of returning to primary values and the frustration in the impossibility within that wish, will set the backdrop for the aggressive works. The large wall piece Inaugura was made in October 2011 at HarborArts Boston Shipyard Gallery. The artwork, wooden reliefs, connects the 19th century scientific drawings of Ernst Haeckel with a composition referring to the structure of a cross section of the human eye. In 2010 I took part in the group show Taking Down Heaven at the fantastic Alma Löv Museum in the Swedish countryside. My work there had its starting point in a bastardous offbreed from the Norse mythological horse Sleipnir. Since the installation was in a glass house, plants and flowers grew up there during the summer. Previous shows include Nordnorsk kunstnersenter (NO), Värmlands museum (SE), SP Gallery, Stockholm (SE), 3rd Beijing International Art Biennale (CH), Sweet Punch: Recent Nordic Video (NZ) and ARS 06 at Kiasma Museum of Contemporary Art in Helsinki (FI).

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