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Exhibition

Sandra Mujinga

Three-meter-tall guardians in hoodies and a hologram levitating in a darkened room. The Gothenburg Museum of Art proudly presents, for the first time in a museum in Sweden, a solo exhibition by the Congolese-Norwegian artist Sandra Mujinga.

Three-meter-tall guardians in hoodies and a hologram levitating in a darkened room. The Gothenburg Museum of Art proudly presents, for the first time in a museum in Sweden, a solo exhibition by the Congolese-Norwegian artist Sandra Mujinga. Working in many different media, among others sculpture, textiles and video, her work treats themes such as surveillance, visibility and alternate realities.

In the art of Sandra Mujinga, we meet mysterious characters, tall statured beings without defined identity or expressed intentions. They could be time travellers from another dimension. Taking inspiration from science fiction literature and afrofuturism, her artistry explores the relation between humans, animals and technology.

The exhibition shows the sculpture group Libwá, Mókó and Nkámá (2019), one of the museum’s most recent acquisitions, and the work Flo (2019), a filmic hologram.