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The Dark Reaction
A Queer History of Haninge
Møn Land Reform
Revenge of the Crystals
Communities of Desire
Garden of Commons
Imaginistic Welfare Institute
Hans Blix' Glasses
SOUP Rooftop Garden
Free Soil Bus Tour
Public Air Quality Indicator
Walking Distance/ Gåafstand
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Some rare and out of print books
The Golden Standard (2019)
A performative walk with Pia Rönicke/ walking Distance
For an exhibition by Mossutstallningar
We were Invited to relate to Hjorthagen the newly built addition to Stockholm, and made a meteorological Sci Fi, that was performed by us and the participants. We questioned the assumption that the burning of biomass is sustainable and consider the sounds of and ways of building in the future.
Below are quotes from the piece:
"The philosophy is basically that materials cannot be owned, but are merely something we have on loan from nature. In a moment we will reach the edge of the disassembly zone. There we will see the carefully dismantling of houses, and sorting of building materials. Everything will be taken apart and moved to higher ground to be used again."
"The frequency of flooding in these lands have become to high for human occupation. And we, as many others, will have to evacuate to the hills. For everyone there is a blanket to keep you warm and protected in the process. This is a transitory skin, a second architecture, that reflects heat back on your body, and ironically reflects the image of the architecture being disassembled around you in a golden glow. We are in transition. Only a µ thin skin to protect us from the all to frequent bursts of rain, it also reflects the unfiltered sun rays, and deflects the sudden colds."
"You will see rabbits everywhere grazing behind the fence. Shortage of foods made rabbits the most popular home breeding animal. They are all runaway animals (probably let free by kids who were to fund of the animals to eat them for dinner)"
"Listen: It is no longer electricity you hear, but the humming from the Ocean. The Ocean comes to us as a warning, but also as a reminder, to live in accordance with the elements."