In the works of artist Filip Rahim Hansson, playfulness and abysmal depth coexist side by side. Here, we as witnesses are handed a comfortable aesthetic vantage point where we are not alone, but are seated next to our brothers and sisters of contemporary life. A nice bench, in a park, perhaps? Even, perhaps, in the garden of Eden? A first glance can render the impression; accessible, dynamic, etheric.

But behind the facade, hides a play of immense, dire, proportion. The depicted characters appear harmonic, maybe too harmonic? Are they putting on a strained show for the privatized body of our shared spaces, are they suffering with frail dignity in the anthropocene, our age which is devoured by human greed? In big or small projekts, murals or exhibitions. You are always heartily welcome to contact me. Even if its just about suggestions.