Odd Weeks: Beth Laurin, Moderna Museet

“She sketches and takes notes, chooses technique according to the idea, not the other way around. The result is charcoal or pencil drawings, photography, sculptures made of clay, iron, cloth, sound or polyester; video, text, objects, painting, installations or performances. In latter years, her dreams have had a strong impact. She would not call it surrealism – rather, sub-realism. An underlying reality that appears at night and is treated in the studio in daylight. Emerges in drawings that are reworked, filtered – copied, sculpted. a constant process.”
Sören Engblom

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