1957 · Denmark
Jesper Palm's paintings are existential in nature. A reckoning with reason, they draw us into a seemingly familiar universe that, on closer inspection, is revealed to have no rational coherence: A landscape that never quite gels. A structure, perhaps architecture, that does not hold anything together. Night and day at once. Time and space are eliminated, objects dislodged from their immediate logic, making room for the viewer to contribute her own views, reflections and longings.