Artist's book

Associative Drifts by EKTA

The book collects 36 digital c-prints made by the artist during the process of preparing his exhibition at the Market Art Fair in Stockholm. The prints are wrapped in a silk screened tissue paper with texts (in Swedish) by Nina Bondeson and Henrik Björk Wigartz. Accompanying each set is a Ziploc bag containing fragments from the artist’s studio. The collected items that make up the book are housed in a hot-foiled rigid box.

The book is released in a numbered edition of 100. A special edition of 6 is also available, with a differing foil treatment on the box’s lid, containing an original drawing by the artist, with each box signed and numbered by the artist.

Linjen vill ha
en forskande blick, ett tänkande öga
linjen vill dragas, vill drapera, linjera, färglägga
ge linjen tid
ge linjen mer tid
ge handen tid och mer tid
ge ögat tid och mer tid
ge blicken tid och mer tid
Excerpt from Nina Bondeson’s essay

BIOGRAPHY

Daniel Götesson (1978), known as EKTA, is a Swedish artist, currently based in Gothenburg. His works have been exhibited all over Europe and his public works can be found across the continent in countries such as Croatia, Poland and England. In 2013, he received the one year working grant from Konstnärsnämnden and in 2016 he received the Byggnads Kulturstipendium. His work has been the subject of several solo presentations in museums and galleries around the world. He is represented by Galleri Thomassen in Gothenburg, Mini Galerie in Amsterdam, Slika Gallery in Lyon and Alice Gallery in Brussels.

Edition

100 copies

Volume

36 c-prints

C-prints

110×150 mm

Box

Hot-foiled rigid box
130×170×25 mm

Additional

Silk screened tissue paper
Ziploc bag with fragments

Language

Swedish

Texts

Nina Bondeson
Henrik Björk Wigartz

Publisher

ll’Editions

Design

Lundgren+Lindqvist

Box by

Göteborgstryckeriet
Flodstrands Bokbinderi

Published

17 September 2021

ISBN

978-91-983957-9-2

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