Seven photos of fish, taken with a Polaroid camera; the heads of the same seven fish in jars filled with formaldehyde; the invisible presence of their bodies locked in a freezer; the video images of the two hands that created the scene; the cross of a window frame leaning against the wall. In the middle of the installation there is a cloth lying on the floor were the fishes was slaughtered. The composition is open-ended.
Silence – Reykjavík Art museum
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