Annika Larsson, ‘Pink Ball’, 2001, Andréhn-Schiptjenko
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Annika Larsson

Pink Ball, 2001

16 min loop, DV, colour, stereo sound
Edition of 6 + 1 AP
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Stockholm, Paris
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Annika Larsson
Swedish, b. 1972
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In her films and videos, Annika Larsson explores relationships of power between subjects that allude to greater social themes such as economics and gender. Using a filmmaking style that favors close-ups, Larsson creates elliptical non-narrative documents of simple acts and gestures. The artist builds her themes subtly, hinting at interpersonal power dynamics without dictating her position, often featuring animals and men in business suits. “The hypnotic beauty of Ms. Larsson’s images never falters, and their ambiguities never resolve,” writes art critic Roberta Smith. “This may be how she manages to make both the allure and ugliness of power unambiguously clear.”

Annika Larsson, ‘Pink Ball’, 2001, Andréhn-Schiptjenko
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Annika Larsson
Swedish, b. 1972
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In her films and videos, Annika Larsson explores relationships of power between subjects that allude to greater social themes such as economics and gender. Using a filmmaking style that favors close-ups, Larsson creates elliptical non-narrative documents of simple acts and gestures. The artist builds her themes subtly, hinting at interpersonal power dynamics without dictating her position, often featuring animals and men in business suits. “The hypnotic beauty of Ms. Larsson’s images never falters, and their ambiguities never resolve,” writes art critic Roberta Smith. “This may be how she manages to make both the allure and ugliness of power unambiguously clear.”

Annika Larsson

Pink Ball, 2001

16 min loop, DV, colour, stereo sound
Edition of 6 + 1 AP
.
Contact For Price
Location
Stockholm, Paris
Have a question? Visit our help center.
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