Review: Kajsa Dahlberg by Andreas Gedin,

Andreas Gedin writes about Kajsa Dahlberg’s exhibition at (in Swedish).

And starts like this:
“Art’s relationship to nature is, famously, as old as art itself. From cave paintings and stone sculptures, via Romanticism’s lyrical landscapes to Land Artists using nature as their medium. In the three films and one film still life that make up The Tidal Zone at Index, Kajsa Dahlberg establishes a number of contrary pairs: body/nature, mist/substance, and stillness/movement. The classical pair nature/culture encompasses the entire exhibition. An exhibition that contains few claims and instead provokes many thoughts. ”