Fat Wall

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Images: 50 kg coconut fat smeared on the gallery wall and detail.

Fat Wall expand the idea of the monochrome painting by using a different material than paint to create a monochrome and thereby add new perspectives to what a monochrome painting can be. At the same time, Fat Wall acts as a friendly mocking of the monochrome paintings from art history for being excluding insider art.
Fat Wall, Monochrome hedge, Breathing Painting and Convex/Concave reliefs are all related in that the contextual starting point is a critique of painting, and the monochrome in particular. They show new possibilities of what a painting can be by combining sculpture materials, food, the landscape, and the human breathing into what is generally recognized as painting.