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Nordiska panoraman, landskap No.2
My Lindh

Nordic Panoramas, Landscape No. 2, deals with the image of the Nordic landscape. The video shows a vast forest where the various layers move slowly in lateral directions, while the wind blows in the trees and the sun is lowered behind the treetops. The mighty landscape gives the impression of almost being a living creature. Through the image of a threatened landscape, the work explores notions of origin, the supposedly natural and ideas about national identity.

English title Nordic Panoramas, Landscape No. 2 
Keywords Landscape, Nature
Aspect ratio 1.78:1 (16:9)
Prod. format Generic HD-video
Duration 00:03:30
Color Color
Sound Silent
Year 2019
Latest screening Sep 24, 2021
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About the artist

My Lindh

By exploring socially constructed images and stories of nature, history and shared space, My Lindhs work challenges everyday situations and stereotypical constructions and in so doing underscores the blurry boundaries of identity construction. Using video, sound, and installations she stages our reality in such a way that the unexpected that takes place also invites the viewer to actively participate.

My Lindh (b. 1972) lives and works in Stockholm, Sweden. She studied at the Art Academy Valand, Gothenburg and Konstfack – University College of Arts, Crafts and Design, Stockholm (MFA). Lindh’s work has been shown at Moderna Museet, the Swedish Arts Grants Committee’s International Programme for Visual and Applied Artists (Iaspis), Göteborgs Konsthall and Färgfabriken, as well as in international group shows and festivals such as Kunstverein München, Kluuvi Gallery, Helsinki Art Museum and the Institut finlandais in Paris.

She has realized a number of public artworks, and has initiated and participated in several collaborative projects. She has also received the Stockholm City Culture Grant and the Martin Emond Grant from the Royal Swedish Academy of Arts.