13 Jun '15, 3pm

This artist wanted to see what will happen after civilization ends.

After eight months of preparation, Johanna completed her model in Stockholm in 2009 and then proceeded to photograph the decaying process every day for the next six months. She then presented her results in a series of six 500mm x 400mm photographs that you can see for yourself in our gallery. At first the bread looks nice and fresh, like any new construction, but it gradually turns limp and fuzzy until the whole city collapses in a black and grey mess that

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