Opening Friday 11.1 19:00-22:00
Saturday 12.1 14:00-17:00
Sunday 13.1 14:00-17:00
or by appointment
Lova Ranung's visual and sound piece Forrest (2018) centers around theories of synthesized life and questions about how one can digitalize nature. Scandinavian flora and fauna are placed into the digital realm. Computer generated 3D imagery create semi-abstract interpretations of nature. Intricately layered compositions of plants and animals make a statement of technology’s impact on planet earth and how advancements in society are affecting the natural systems of life.
Lova Ranung (SE) is currently studying Fine Art at Goldsmiths University of London, UK. Ranung recurrently explore the subective gaze and plays with textures and energies of objects in their work. With the free 3D modeling software Blender Ranung create poetic videos with ambient and digitally manipulated sounds from nature.
See more of Lova Ranung’s video works at:
The exhibition is curated by Josse Thuresson