Jonna - Flbylgja

Innsetning Jonnu Ketilhsinu tlkar tilfinningar hennar til samflags ofneyslunnar, sem er gri leia a drekkja heiminum og rsta lfrkinu. essi flbylgja brst inn heimilin og hrifsar allt til sn me dyggri asto okkar sem neytenda. Okkur er boi upp takmarkaa mguleika ofneyslu tt grunninn standi vali t milli ess a vera tinn ea ta sjlfur og enda sem rgangur vgri mold. Vitundarvakning er loksins a eiga sr sta n, egar afleiing ofgnttar og sunar blasir vi; tskublti, grjuskin, peningabraski, allur arfa lxusinn og taumlausa hlutadrkunin ? allt bulli og vitleysan. a er ekki til ngu miki af drasli llum heiminum til a fela hva vi erum stt vi okkur sjlf, ekki ngilega margar sjlfshjlparbkur og gelyf til a sl doann, einmanaleikann og tilgangsleysi. En kannski er ljs myrkrinu sem mun sl neysluhyggjuna v flbylgja Jonnu skellur senn .

Jonna segist aldrei hafa fundi fasta stefnu myndlistinni v hn vinni aeins t fr tilfinningum.

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Jonna?s installation in Ketilhs represents her feelings toward a society of overconsumption, which is about to drown the world and destroy the ecosystem. This tsunami of consumption breaks into the homes and grabs hold of everything with a great deal of help from us, the consumers. We are offered limitless opportunities for overconsumption even though the basic choice simply boils down to eating or being eaten and ending up as waste in holy ground. Now that an awakening is finally taking place as the consequences of excessiveness and squandering have become evident: the fashion-fetishism, gadget craze, profiteering, all the extra luxury and unrestrained materialism, all the crap and bullshit. There is not enough junk in the whole wide world that can hide our self loathing, not enough self-help books and anti-depressants to cure the numbness, loneliness and pointlessness. However, there might be a light in the dark that will counteract consumerism. Jonna?s tsunami will soon hit us.

Feelings are Jonna?s main subject and therefore she claims never to have found a fixed path in her artwork.