MASQUERADE MIRAGE SUN CAT Since you get very close to the motives, I have emphasized the details. They are tabulates, inspired by the Roman mosaics, who also have strong narrative elements. In the first image MASQUERAD, we stand with both feet on earth. We see a cross section through the ground. What otherwise falls underneath us becomes visible. Feet and roots, worms and gray bugs. In the second picture MIRAGE. Water and air are joined by the hero, which stands with the feet in the water and with the head in the blue. A mirage (Hägring) is an optical phenomenon, caused by bent light rays. The hero (Hägern), is a common sight at Bergundasjön, the lake just by the school. The sun is spreading when it is dazzled by the mirror. It makes a Sun Cat. Through the three pictures we are moving out towards the solar system. In the third picture, Sun Cat, we no longer see the horizon.