Giardino Segreto A solo presentation by Albert Grøndahl September 25 - October 16
In Albert Grøndahl’s work, photography is renegotiated across media and changed in a technical experiment. With the help of analytical concepts, he creates a foundation for an archaeological narrative. Pictorial references as well as textures from the dark room come together to create an unique and non-replicable surface , challenging conventional photography and looking back on the unique capturing of the ”conquered” photographic moment. From here, a free movement between themes emerges. In the exhibition Giardino Segreto, Grøndahl delineates a contemporary view of the human mind rooted in antiquity.