“In the heat of working towards this exhibition, on five or six pieces at the same time, unexpected things started to occur. Each piece did something to the others: infecting each other. There was a fertilisation taking place… a cross-pollination. This word is mainly used in botanical terms, but it is also used in relation to jazz music. It was exactly what I felt was happening with my work, but I also noticed it happening everywhere around me.
In these works I also explore liminal space, the space between perpetrator and victim, and my own shadow. There seems to be an invisible interconnectedness between opposites. Like a web that keeps them in a co-dependant, energetic relationship. Shadow is not the absence of light (Goethe), light needs shadow and shadow needs light. Between them you will find all the colours on the spectrum.”
– Lars J. Fischedick