STEP INSIDE DR FRANKENSTEIN'S LABORATORY

27 April 2012

By Chloe Healy

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Thanks to It's Nice That for showing us the latest work by Per Johansen - Mæt (Full). Addressing mass consumption and the waste culture we live in, the artist stuffs plastic bottles and jars with day-to-day food items, to startling effect. A flagon of fennel looks weird enough but it's the jars of mincemeat, sausages and eels that really captured Tor's attention. Have we stepped inside Dr Frankenstein's laboratory? And no, let's not go for lunch just yet...  

Per Johansen: Mæt

Per Johansen: Mæt

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Per Johansen: Mæt

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Per Johansen: Mæt

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Per Johansen: Mæt

 

See more from Per Johansen at www.enandenside.dk and other favourite SF-inspired works of art on pinterest.com/torbooksuk