Annette Folkedotter



Arbetarbladet Saturday 13th October 2001 Niels Herbert
Annettes long table consists of one big muddle of cutlery, glasses, plates, and other objects, some of which belong on the table, and some that don't. The table and all its paraphernalia fades from black to white and appears beautiful and austere. But one soon discovers that the pots and pans are covered with a black or greyish sheen, that the birds on the table are guests rather than decoration, and that they have rats in their company. A mix of indescribable colours can be seen in the tin cans, a frog has been caught in a mousetrap... This breakfast can be regarded as a work of destruction, of the arrogance of power, and of the damaged earth we are living on.

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