To disembody

To Disembody combines a series of photographs, light boxes and a artist book. To disembody takes its starting point in Jasmin Daryani’s own birth in war-torn Iran, sprung out of an explosion. This is put in contrast to this past years turbulence on the global level lined with increased migration, harder border controls, terrorism and also the evoked fear by the 24 hour media cycle and society that something might explode anywhere at any time.

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Almost the same but not quite

Almost the same but not quite is a series of surfaces of what is shown and what is invisible. It consists of fragmented photographs of the economically and ethnically marginalized suburban realm of Stockholm and also clearances of tagging. Behind the white layers one can recognize the sceneries of public housings.

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What's in between the world and us

What's in between the world and us consists of the recurring motif of burned out cars in different suburban settings, an alluring feeling starts to emerge. The torched out cars look so out of place and displaced within their surroundings, yet so obvious, just like us. Every time there is a riot something is burning. What comes out of a layer of ash that has been spread over the periphery of a city?

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