The animation ‘Landescape’ is a metamorphical journey through past and future. A desolate landscape with the horizon as eternal witness of life and death, and a dream about what’s behind it. Stories are told, existences and buildings take form, break down and get buried. Then brought to new life in that landscape under the sun, where everything is in constant change.
Fågelboken (The Bird Book), commissioned by Södertälje kommun, consists of 13 Lightboxes and two birdbaths, in Björkmossens vård och omsorgsboende (senior care) in Södertälje. Each light box is themed around a birdspecies and the artwork is composed in a wide range of techniques.
During the spring of 2018 Tilda has worked on masks, props & costume for Markus Öhrn’s theatre performance All that may bleed. Six scenes from Sophocles’ tragedies, performed by retired women, all amateur actors, were produced for Fast Forward Festival at the Onassis Culture Centre in Athens 4-16 May.
The comissioned artwork Vattenväsen has been installed at Brunnsskolan in Örebro. It consists of 4 larger aluminium reliefs placed on the facade of the school, and in the staircase of the entrancehall. The work was inagurated Mars 23rd 2018.
Read the description of the artwork.
Tilda is taking part in the group show IF YOU DON’T LIKE ART, GOODBYE, FUCK OFF, GO HOME … Nordic Contemporary Art Collection – NoCo, kuratert av Göran Christenson, at Vestfossen kunstlaboratorium – Norway May 7- Oct 1.
The annual group-exhibition ‘Konst i ån‘ takes place in the Norrtälje river outside Stockholm 1 July-14 August. Tilda shows new sculptures, called ‘The queen conch’. On the opening day at 1 pm. there will be a performance in the river, together with Emma Broomé, Malin Stattin and Markus Öhrn. Something written in Norrtelje tidning.
The Oracle, a commissioned work in Gothenburg, was installed in December 2015. The sculpture, made of bronze and stone, is placed between the church and the masquerade shop at the corner of Korsgatan/Kyrkogatan. Commissioned by Göteborg konst and the Charles Felix Lindbergs foundation.
Trädkroppen (The Treebody), is a 4 m. wooden-sculpture (fir) made for Österskolan in S. Sandby, Lund, Sweden.
The drawings on the trunk and roots are mainly made by the school’s children (age 6-10), and then transferred to the tree with a soldering-iron.
Other materials used are; jesmonite, rope, epoxy, concrete, reindeer-horns, scull and teeth. The tree is hollow and has a metal construction inside, fixed on the floor. It is sanded smooth like skin, to touch, hug and lie amongst the roots.
The commissioned work Trädkroppen is now installed in Österskolan, Södra Sandby, Lund. The project is initiated by Lunds kommun through Lunds konsthall, see presstext. The opening ceremony was at April 9th, 2015.