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Lisa Grip: Wet Knees

The exhibition Wet Knees reflects on the intimacy, force and release found within human relationships. Displaying a series of complex and intricate scenarios through photography and moving image, the works oscillate between the secretive and the voyeuristic. In these situational compositions people can be seen dissolving into and detaching from one another.

Lisa Grip is interested in the inherent complexity of these states of transference. Relationships of contradiction, that lay between intimacy and competition. Symbiotic relationships where individuals dissolve in each other, creating something threatening but wonderful, something monstrous.

Lisa Grip (Stockholm, Sweden, 1988) works with analog photography, lumen prints, moving image and living installations. She graduated with a BA in Fine Art Photography at Valand Academy in Gothenburg 2015 and in June 2019 she will finish her studies in the MA Fine Art program at Konstfack in Stockholm. During the last couple of years she has spent a lot of time in the darkroom where she developed her own photographic mixed technique - where she paints certain parts in the picture with black and white chemistry and lets the rest remain lumen prints, which means that they continue to be exposed outside the darkroom.

The exhibition is supported by Nordic Culture Point.

Earlier Event: May 7
Glyph Drawing Club Gathering
Later Event: June 27
Rosanna Lefeuvre: An open collar