Oil on canvas
20x20 to 100x100 cm
In Buddist tradition all things are considered as either evolving from or dissolving, into nothingness. This "nothingness" is not empty space. It is rather a space of potentiality.
TETTIX ART GALLERY, Thessaloniki, Greece
WAD, World Art Delft, The Netherlands
MOBILA KONSTHALLEN, Stockholm, Sweden
ÖRNSKÖLDSVIKS KONSTHALL, Sweden
ÅLAND ART MUSEUM, Mariehamn
STORGATAN 31, Västervik, Sweden
FAROE ISLANDS ART MUSEUM, Torshavn
PÉCSI GALERIA, Hungary
GALLERI KRETSEN, Södertälje, Sweden
AARNI GALERIA, Esbo, Finland
EKEBYHOVS SLOTTS, Stockholm, Sweden
"Mischa Björkroos series of monochromes merge from her preoccupation with ideas of the void, the cut, the line and its tangents. Concieved within an intuitive and meditative frame of reference, her work juxtaposes subtle variations with perennial themes. She minimizes explicit use of colour and shape which creates a sense of serenity and reflection. Longing for simplicity and purity, she sometimes explores the possibilities of using the canvas itself as the medium. Understated raw pigments enhance the white on white theme, a homogeny that is occasionally fractured by physical cutting. Both fragile and consoling these pieces ultimately challange the viewer to reach beyond stillness and investigate the fissures. Moreover, these absences within the void allude to altered perspectives and cause us to journey into the subconscious."