Laboratory Stands

A group of laboratory racks focus on mankind’s experiments to solve the problem of climate changes. Established but Incomplete is about changes and time perspectives. Human’s perception of time, mind and death is indefinite. Earth is established but changes continually with or without the involvement of humans. Is mankind going to transform or will today’s humans become a vaporized drop of time in universe’s history and future?

In Stationary, the weather symbols have been locked in a state of perpetual rain. The raincoat is not only protection but also a means to communicate with the weather. The thermometer has turned into a test tube containing a new habitat without control. The experiment continues in a cycle of thesis and hypothesis.

In The Party is Over the experiment seem to have been abandoned and the scientists have fled. Withered weather symbols and deflated balloons bear witness of the celebration of earlier recognized scientific progress.

Established but Incomplete

"Established but Incomplete," 2017. Photo: Jean-Baptiste Béranger
"Established but Incomplete," detail. Photo: Jean-Baptiste Béranger
"Established but Incomplete," details. Photos: Jean-Baptiste Béranger


"Stationary," 2017, Photo: Jean-Baptiste Béranger
"Stationary," detail. Photo: Jean-Baptiste Béranger
"Stationary," details. Photos: Jean-Baptiste Béranger
Front placement, small pipes


"The Party is Over," 2017. Photo: Jean-Baptiste Béranger
"The Party is Over," detail. Photo_Jean-Baptiste Béranger
"The Party is Over," details. Photos: Jean-Baptiste Béranger


Production photos: Studio Bigert & Bergström
Artists' sketch
Artists' sketch