Olle Holmberg — 7 Years of Bad Luck

A poly-subjective tapestry in variations / New York City reinstates the death penalty
The work also looks nice Numbers, equations and codes repetitively pop up in Olle’s ideas Olle makes me feel ashamed that he was able to do a better job at bridging the cultural divide Eventually (ostensibly) you can rewire it to be a pleasure loving brain Holmberg uses found objects often salvaged from dumpsters But he has skills that will contribute considerably to the lives of the Australian public Olle has somewhat in the last few years reverted back to a pre-historic self He re-assembles these previously estranged materials Furrowed edges through the tunnel Who are so unfortunate as to be taken by one of my chessmen The collages insinuate corporate diagrams or flow charts 'Oh you drug addicts live in a little world of your own' Activity and cognition is streamlined and fixed on a single path It’s possible to see the world as a coherent pattern and it’s possible to see the world as a pile of junk I bow to his adaptability And its web of references is infinite And the sensation became so overwhelming that I was completely unable to focus my eyes on the words I write to politely ask that you allow the Swede Nils Olle Oskar Holmberg the right to stay in Australia forever

Another rusted calculator They remind me of ergonomics Olle’s art seeks to remedy a dumbing-down or simplification of culture We walk back to the hotel and he is talking about artists I haven't heard of, but they sound great Then he goes off to his room, and I wander into the chemist's Convincing people AJ Ayer writes: “A work of art is not necessarily the worse for the fact that all the propositions comprising it are literally false“ But it goes beyond physical space to cognitive space Instinctively, they bunched together and glared
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