Circle of Life
The Swedish artist’s large scale ceramic works represent his limitless creativity and intrigue for the meaning of life. Circles are believed to be closely connected to their creator’s thoughts and emotions. The artist creates a circle of ceramic works depicting humans, animals, and plants, inviting the viewer to look into his soul and contemplate their relationships with others and nature.
Circles, for which the exhibition is named, are one of the oldest symbols of ancient times – seen in the Yin and Yang, full moon, the Vitruvian Man by da Vinci, and the universe in Alchemy. It is universally seen as endless, with its existence forever revolving. The exhibition is a metaphor for creativity within the relationship between life and the universe.