Objects live longer than people and forms outlive the objects themselves, a thousand years is nothing in the life of a form, writes Broby-Johansen in the year 1966.
By using everyday objects and doings as an inspiration Guðlaug revisits familiar forms, colors and textures, evoking new meanings and old remembrance.
Considering the viewers personal impressions one is invited to form their own interpretations between the objects themselves, the nature of the objects being constantly subjected to a viewers assumptions.
One could move from an office to a bedroom in the blink of an eye, subjectively travelling by ones positions and perspectives.
The exhibition was nominated for the Motivational Award of the Icelandic Art Prize in 2020.