Liselotte Wajstedt / The Lost One
In Liselotte Wajstedt’s new film The Lost One she looks for her grandmother’s history and finds parallels and connections to her own life. In a personalised way she tells the story of a woman who dared to follow her own path in life and how the world around her reacted to this. The film represents both a unique tale and many profoundly universal experiences and ideas about life. The Lost One is shown in the form of an installation on the ground floor of Bildmuseet.
Liselotte Wajstedt (born 1973) is an artist and filmmaker. She lives and works in Kiruna in northern Sweden. Her films exist in the borderland between documentary and experimental arthouse movie. Her films include Kiruna – Rymdvägen, 2012; A Soul of a City, 2012; I Am in Lavvu, 2011; Àrvas, music video, 2009; Faces, 2008; A Sami in the City, 2007; The Sami and Her Body, 2007 and A City Sami in the Woods, 2007.
The exhibition is produced by Bildmuseet with funding support from Umeå2014 and Kulturkontakt Nord.
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