Three Representations of Meadow

Archive box with three folders that each contain six A4 size prints from Tåängen, Pålsbo meadow, and Vårdsätra. The images have been exhibited at Öckerö Art Center and presented at Göteborgs Konsthall.

Tåängen, Rörö

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On Tåängen, Rörö, a restoration project is ongoing to recreate and preserve the meadow close to the shore.

Pålsbo Meadow

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Pålsbo meadow in Östergötland is a species-rich hay meadow maintained since the Iron Age. Pålsbo is also the birthplace of the poet Atterbom, who wrote about Tuddebokällan found on the meadow in Pålsbo.


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Vårdsätra in Uppland is one of the oldest nature reserves in Sweden, founded in 1909 on the initiative of the biologist Rutger Sernander. He intended to investigate what happens to a meadow and open nature if it is allowed to develop freely.