visual artist and publisher
Theo Ågren and Björn Hegardt’s site-specific installations often begin with interiors that are in various states of change.
Where these changes will end is left open, for the most part, since the works capture a process that has suddenly stopped, or perhaps merely taken a pause in its evolution. The artists are less interested in depicting a final, fully evolved state than in proposing a more dynamic relationship to the rules of the game by which we perceive space.
The result is a sort of dissolution of the established conventions of what is normal or common in everyday life, what is true and what is false.