Don't miss out on the last hurrah of HORST Arts & Music Festival
That seeing is never an innocent act is the axiom central to the work of Lina Selander, one of the most important contemporary Swedish moving-image artists. During her journeys, she reflects on the history of the places she visits. Like an archaeologist she digs in their past, their monuments, museums and archives, analysing her findings and supplementing them with her own texts and footage. In this way she creates new narratives from hidden links between imageries, correspondences and analogies, ultimately creating a tension between what is perceived and what is portrayed.