Wineke Gartz, The Communicator, Pink, Yellow and Blue I, 2007 / Courtesy of the artist
Mieko Meguro & Wineke Gartz: cococo, continuous curves
Apr 12 – Jun 16, 2024
SIGNAL – Center for Contemporary Art
Malmö, Sweden

How do you mourn the loss of a loved one?

You eat their favourite food. You listen to their favourite songs. You isolate yourself in the company of your memories, careful not to loose a single detail of their existence.

Sorrow weighs heavy on the heart. Time feels impenetrable, as if it is impossible to overcome.

And then one day a window opens, like a small crack letting the outside world enter your universe. Once again.

This is life. Full of continuous curves, and emotions that give them colour.

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