Cecilia Hillström Gallery is pleased to open the spring season with Lovisa Ringborg’s second solo exhibition at the gallery. In Night Remains, Ringborg continues to explore dreamlike states where the boundaries between reality and fiction are blurred. The photographs in the exhibition are composed of a few carefully arranged elements and seem to convey a sense of metamorphoses. In Fountain , the water is captured in a frozen moment – it bears the potential for transformation.
The works in Night Remains allow the distant to become proximate, the familiar to become uncanny. Guided by intuition, the post-production phase is essential to achieve the expression Lovisa Ringborg strives for.
With an unusual ability to capture an ambiguous inner world, Ringborg is pointing to the power of the subconscious, leaving the viewer with a feeling of uncertainty and wonder.
The exhibition is accompanied by a publication with a text by Katia Miroff, art critic and writer, and design by Peter Sellberg. Read the text here.
photos: Jean-Baptiste Beranger
Read more about the artist here.