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Rauða Serían/The Red Series

2021

An exhibition named after an infamous romance novel series written by women for women from Mills&Boon, a series seen as low-brow culture. The very specific color red was chosen as a starting point because it was on a large wall in the shared foyer before entering Midpunkt, the exhibition space. The space Midpunkt is located in a strip-mall and the artist brought in elements from the other establishments of the strip-mall, for example a flower store, a vape shop and an antique store. The exhibition had a smoke machine going and had Kenny G's song Forever in Love playing in the background.