‘Objektør’ (objector) does not really exist. In Norwegian the word suggests ‘someone who makes objects’ ( like in ’skulptør’ - sculptor ) or it could mean someone in opposition ( e.g. to our common way of thinking how things exist).
The objects made by Objektør try to materialize this. You can turn them upside down and they look very much the same but just a small turn or a change in perspective makes them look quite different. It makes you wonder whether it is the same object.
But it does not exist inherently (as we normally see it), from its own side. It depends on our perception.
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