Solo Exhibition
13 April–25 August 2024

Andreas Eriksson: The house leans, but the curtains hang straight

Siftelsen Lillehammer Museum, Lillehammer, Norway

Andreas Eriksson's solo exhibition 'The house leans, but the curtains hang straight' stages an encounter between nature and architecture. 

Hovering between abstraction and figuration, Andreas Eriksson's meditative works can be interpreted as patchwork topographies or details of organic forms such as trees, earth and rock formations.

The emotional intensity of Eriksson's work is the result of a sustained exploration of his response to the natural world. Since 2000 the artist has lived in a house situated in a forest on the edge of a lake. Small events and phenomena from his everyday life and the surrounding landscape give his formal and conceptual decision-making process a firm context.

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