Jonas’ work is a mirror to the art world
“Berlin offers everything a modern man needs.”
Born in 1984 in Linköping, Sweden, Jonas Lund creates artworks that are self-reflective. His pieces reflect and examine trends in the art industry. For example, his recent solo exhibition entitled “Strings Attached” highlights the many legal restrictions buyers face when purchasing artwork. In this case, the exhibition showed how gallerists try to fuel market momentum whilst shielding themselves from the damaging effects of quick-profit speculation.
‘The Anatomy of the Selection Procedure’ traces the backstory of how he became invited to participate in Absolut Art. The ’No.2 / No.60,000 (yellow, orange, red)’ is a pseudo painting facsimile created through the use of an artificially intelligent neural network.