photos: © Hendrik Zeitler . + Röda Sten Konsthall
In I Have Scrutinized Every Stone and Log on the Southwest Side of the Mountain, Carola Grahn unfolds her ongoing investigation of the gap between how society looks at her, as sami, artist, white, woman, mother, whatever… and how she perceives herself and the world. The gap between the person and all the roles she is expected to play in relation to other people as well as society-at-large. The failure of each attempt at constructing the imaginary other. The title I Have Scrutinized Every Stone and Log on the Southwest Side of the Mountain is a phrase taken from one of Grahn’s text-videos of 2016.
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