• Monuments

    “Monuments” examines the constitution of transformatory monuments on the basis of fragmentally created representation through mutual processes of interaction. It touches on mutual issues and circumstances as a fragment of self-representation, on a universal level, through intimate conversations with different people that have different lifestyles, different sexualities, different gender-identities and different stories. “Monuments” utilises the traditional south indian art form of Channapatna dolls in order to present a form of representation but also transporting the handcraft into a rather contemporary time, as being a monument to a pluralistic public, trying to look forward to a transformation on how we perceive ourselves and the society we live in.