Photos from recent exhibition in Stockholm

LP Ponor – A Point Of NO Return

video, painting/object.

Exhibition Opening/Vernissage 24th. February at 5-8pm.
@Tegen2 Bjurholmsgatan, Stockholm, Sweden.

During the vernissage at 6.30pm we have the honour of being visited by the virtuoso clarinetist Isak Hedtjärn who will play our ear trumpets in a duo with Dror Feiler.

So who is LP Ponor? An acronym for “Point Of No Return”, we have been told, and that the creation is a tough rollercoaster with an element of pleasure, we don’t know much more. …..And then some large packages arrived in the mail from England, with the words: “do what you want with this and I’ll be happy, and if you’re not happy, send it back”. But we settled on “Point Of No Return”, and this is how it turned out.

Warm welcome!
The exhibition runs until March 19th.



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