Daniela Zahlner exhibited work at Turf in 2017 in the exhibition ‘Last words, so it goes’. Zahlner’s installation Keep Swimming
looks at the body’s relationship with new technology and its potential to fragment, reshape and augment experiences both real and virtual. Another body part—the hand—features as a motif in the installation Cradle Game
, in which Linda Persson
explores the uncanny side of technology. Influenced by early cinema and witchcraft, the artist engages with the flaws and failures of her equipment.