by Mette Winckelmann
Images of tools, tools which can be used by one person, single-handed, photographed on magazines. Magazines for women, men, transgender, cisgender, hetero, lesbian, gay, and queer. Fragments of bodies, hands, and skin, texts, words, iron, silver, wood, plastic, paint, leather. Assemblages in motion, sometimes focused, sometimes blurred. Iris print, black and red on white paper, midtones show up, moiré appears.
This publication is made in conjunction with the 100th anniversary of the amendment of the Danish constitution in 1915. This gave not only Danish women the right to vote and to stand for election, but also another group of people: houseless men and women as e.g. people in agriculture, servants, apprentices, and journeymen in the trade and craft.