Before the artistic research took its final shape as Internet Café, the subject matter had been researched for one and a half academic school years. The university encouraged experimentation and failure, and so the work went through many different aesthetically and theoretical stages.
Internet Café is an installation that plays with the idea that light can alter one's perception of a space. Wooden objects interfere with projections, making the light a bridge between digital and physical worlds.
Internet Café was displayed at Göteborgs Konsthall during the graduation show Biting My Tongue facilitated by HDK-Valand. Curated by Daniel Jewesbury and Liv Stoltz. The installation consists of seven wooden sculptures and a three-channel film. For more information, please visit Göteborgs Konsthall's website (link opens in new tab).