Anaglypta was created while Sunesson lived in a council estate in South Queensferry, a previously prosperous village located outside of Edinburgh in Scotland, today battling with poverty, segregation and heroin addiction, in the aftermath of the Thatcher era.
The work is auto-ethnographical and made from the hidden, inside place of the flat, offering the perspective of “the outsider looking in” to an alien surrounding.
It is based on field recordings, interviews and overheard stories from the neighborhood as well as text scraps found behind the old, flaking wallpaper, inside the flat.
Anaglypta was commisioned by Radio Sweden P1 and had its broadcast premier in 2006.
Commissioner & curator: Magnus Florin