Birgitta Lund  | works

The roots of the work are autobiographical—a personal excavation of memory deeply rooted in family and the effect one generation has on another. Incorporating sculpture, photography, artist books and text in assemblages that draw from personal history, the work explores the multiple meanings of images and their role in the recollection and interpretation of experiences. The reconfigurations of photographs and objects are characterized by subtle shifts in scale: childhood images, layered with contemporary self portraits and personal narratives, are immersed in small jars of water, are juxtaposed with child-sized objects, or take the form of large-scale photographic collages. The intimate architecture of personal history.

Fingers Touch Upon The Drawings
Birgitta Lund  |