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Roy, Michelle Marie
March 2005
Art Papers Magazine;Mar/Apr2005, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p22
The article discusses the works of artist Charlotte Gyllenhammar depicting dual perspective. The suspended tree in the painting "Die For You," was the first step in a progression of images and environments that invert perspective. In "Vertigo," Gyllenhammar transformed an underground shed at Wanås into a topsy-turvy replica of her studio and it evokes both the loss and pull of gravity.


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