Solo show, Galleri Monitor, Gothenburg (SE)

17/3-25/3 2012

Pronunciation: [nohd]

1 Technical a point in a network or diagram at which lines or pathways intersect or branch.

Mathematics a point at which a curve intersects itself.
Astronomy either of the two points at which a planet’s orbit intersects the plane of the ecliptic or the celestial equator.

2 Botany the part of a plant stem from which one or more leaves emerge, often forming a slight swelling: the stem is cut midway between nodes.

3 Anatomy a lymph node or other structure consist-ing of a small mass of differentiated tissue: infection in these nodes may lead to backache.

The different pieces that together make up the work Node are photographic investigations of a point. This point is not a particular point, but rather a non-specific denotation for a place where different parts intersect and new connections and constellations arise. The word ‘node’ stems from the latin ’nodus’ which means ’knot’ and has several meanings. Among other things it refers to the part of a plant stem where new leaves emerge and to the point in a diagram where a line is crossed or branch. Common to the different senses of the word is that it speaks of a point where different parts meet and something new emerges.