Although the lenght of the day in April and September is exactly the same, trees can distinguish between these two seasons because they have saved the memory of the last summer is a multilayer textile image in the form of a palimpsest. This is the view that I have seen every day through the August and September 2018, the months I spent on harvesting apples in Sweden. After returning home, I decided to let this memory out of me. I chose a technique that refers to laborious, precise, mechanical work (which is also apple picking) – and drew the apples on canvas as if I was embroidering them. The second layer of the painting is an expressive inscription.

Although the lenght of the day in April and September is exactly the same, trees can distinguish between these two seasons because they have saved the memory of the last summer, markers and spray on canvas, 172x190 cm, 2019

Although the lenght of the day in April and September is exactly the same, trees can distinguish between these two seasons because they have saved the memory of the last summer, markers and spray on canvas, 172x190 cm, 2019, detail

Although the lenght of the day in April and September is exactly the same, trees can distinguish between these two seasons because they have saved the memory of the last summer, markers and spray on canvas, 172x190 cm, 2019, detail

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