en nagorlunda


En någorlunda vanlig dag (A fairly ordinary day) 2010.
Project with four students from Haninge to produce art in a social context to be placed in the underpass between the rail station and the square in Haninge Centre.

Haninge municipality; from the opening → link

A sixty-meter illuminated tunnel of which about fifty-five meters is wall space.
Eighteen vinyl covered metal plates in size 2950 x 1450 mm. The plates will be installed in a horizontal format. Nine plates / tunnel side, spread on five interview questions including answers, images of interiors and participants’ reflections.

The work portrays a drama in two acts.
Act one is about the time between when you wake up in the morning and when you leave your home.
Act two takes place from when you come home until you go to bed.
The scene is entirely located within the walls of the home.


The drama or story gets its time axis by the movement which all pedestrians account for. The work is also placed in the tunnel in chronological order. Coming from the square in direction of the commuter trains, you read act one on the left tunnel wall. Coming back from the commuter trains in direction of the square, you read act two on the left tunnel wall. Hence there is a morning side, and a night side.

The drama is structured in interview form, focusing on each one’s feelings when facing the morning/evening.
The work deals with dreams, life, life choices and life situations.
This is supplemented with images from different home environments in Haninge, and in the centre a text consisting of the students’ reflections on participating and promoting the project.