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The work of multidisciplinary artist and absurdist Björn Zielman (1992) rushes past you like a cacophony. The feeling of overstimulation lingers after witnessing his work; it's eye-deafening. His installation work is always in dialogue with the environment, seamlessly integrating with the architecture and utilizing a combination of various media, from gigantic posters and QR codes to hysterical videos and even flying toilet rolls. Practicing hysteria, stimulating madness, and cultivating nonsense is his way of rebelling against oppressive rationalism. His work unequivocally rejects reason.

"The free spirit will destroy these values by dealing with the illusions on which they rest, the bargaining they involve, and the crime they commit by hindering the clear intelligence in the fulfillment of its task." - Albert Camus

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