Vilhelm Sundin, Views from a Hotel Room, 2019, archival inkjet print. Courtesy of the Artist and Monte Clark Gallery.

Vilhelm Sundin, Night Train, 2020, single-channel video projection with four channel sound, 3 minutes 33 seconds. Courtesy of the Artist and Monte Clark Gallery.

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Vilhelm Sundin, Views from a Hotel Room, 2019, archival inkjet print. Courtesy of the Artist and Monte Clark Gallery.

Vilhelm Sundin, Night Train, 2020, single-channel video projection with four channel sound, 3 minutes 33 seconds. Courtesy of the Artist and Monte Clark Gallery.

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Vilhelm Sundin

Vilhelm Sundin’s exhibition explores the intersection between photography and cinema, and their places in the contemporary visual domain. His new body of work examines contradictions of looking outwards (observing public space), and inwards (memories and imagination), both of which are relevant in a time of confined experiences. In this show, street photography is met with purely simulated lens-based works, setting an ambiguous tone towards documentation and imagination.

Sundin’s work is concerned about the experience of the present and offers reflections on being alive in a time of constant technological acceleration. Utilizing some of the most current visual tools available to portray universal stories of solitude, imagination and distant human connections, he aims to create works in both a timeless and contemporary domain. Using sound, computer-generated graphics, and traditional lens-based media, the show exists somewhere between reality and simulation, stillness and motion – while displaying narratives of the everyday.

Please note that this exhibition is not wheelchair accessible.

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