I miss you so much boy.
Will we be coming on again.
Don’t ever loose your ropes.
This man is hanging by the ends.
I owe you so much time.
Yes you might say it isn’t like that at all.
But now it’s coming back to you.
These open moments that I blew.
Rocket brothers crack and burst.
If they can’t meet upon the verge.
Of breaking into separate parts.
That was not written in our cards.
Now you got someone to protect.
Someone you cannot reject.
The International artist Lisbeth Lunda has in 2021 launched her project See-Soul-Sound created in collaboration with Kasper Eistrup, the frontman of the Danish alternative rock band Kashmir.
Even though the every paintings' titles correspond to the names a Kashmir song, they are in no way illustrative - they are separate entities that can be appreciated independently on their own. However, when sound, poetry and image come together, they form a powerful symbiosis.
Lunda’s new series of paintings have their own backstories, rooted in her own childhood and life experiences. There is less introspection in these new compositions (unlike in her previous works), their characters fully engage with the viewer and relate their stories. This time, it is more about the dialogue and connection.
“In a way, I feel like a narrator, not only a painter. Each artwork represents a certain reality, it tells a story, and I feel more like a story-teller, who brings hidden narratives to life”.
Among her influences, Lunda lists the art of the Middle Ages and early Italian Renaissance, early Modernist art of the 20th century. However, she also admitted drawing inspiration from the absurdist surrealist and grotesque works by the Danish artist Michael Kvium.