At the Danish museum Sophinholm, a site-specific painting installation was created in three rooms. All surfaces were covered, including the floor, ceiling, and walls. In the middle of one of the rooms, a tea table was set with plates, sculptures, and cups neatly arranged. A performative reading unfolded over the course of five days, offering visitors an experience of journeying inside the artist’s own mind. Childhood dreams seamlessly coexisted with reality in this immersive installation, intending to evoke the sensation of visiting a disturbed woman.
The artist’s connection to the location ran deep, as their grandparents had worked as cleaners at the historic castle Frederiksborg. This association brought back numerous memories of exploring the magnificent yet sometimes eerie corridors adorned with paintings and furniture from a bygone era.