Mikael Olsson: Olsson Mikael
|Art And Theory Publishing
Mikael Olsson’s self-portraits/selfies challenge the narcissistic use of selfies as well as the status of influencers. Further he destabilizes the composition of a traditional selfie where the eye line is recommended to be one-third down from the top frame. Through tireless play and intuition, Olsson’s images are marked by both intimacy and distance, the role of his own physical presence and the perceptive relationship to the surroundings. Olsson Mikael includes an essay by writer and psychoanalyst Sinziana Ravini.
|64 p, ills colour, 21 x 15 cm, hb, English
Art And Theory Publishing