Hilda Hellström | Pregnancy Logic
During the spring and summer, Hilda Hellström has created five new works for her solo intermission Pregnancy Logic in the gallery's entrance room. They all take Hellström's latest exhibition at Berg Gallery "Perceived memory, projected future" and her recently installed work at Stockholm University "The way an algae transforms into a rock" as a starting point.
Unlike her latest exhibition at the gallery, which included works in many materials (and also for her new materials) she is now back with her "go-to material" Jesmonite. Jesmonite is a material that she has really learned to master since her breakthrough with the "Sedimentation Urns" ten years ago. The exhibition's five works include three wall reliefs (one of which is a triptych together with two sculptures) and two inlays (one is a diptych).