Size: 70×50 cm
About the piece
Pumice is a close scan of a stone. It’s an experiment about dimensions and what happens to the perception when you can view something in a way you normally can’t. Discovering a hidden layer with structures and patterns. It’s almost like moving into another dimension where the object seems like something else. Like when Alice in Wonderland eats the cake that makes her small and the world is suddenly entirely different, even though it’s really just the same.
About the artist
Hilda Bordahl (b. 1991) is an artist and photographer based in Stockholm. She graduated from the Stockholm School of Photography (Fotoskolan STHLM) in 2014, and went on to study art history for a year. She combines being an artist with being a commercial photographer, mostly shooting fashion. Bordahl’s three pieces on Arrivals are experiments about dimensions and time. Agate and Pumice are close scans of a portion of two small stones. Metamorph is a photograph of a temporary sculpture.