Although each member has an individual and unique style, Undo and Dos purpose is not only to create a means for providing exposure, but to create a scope where each artist can generate and contribute ideas and new methods of working while utilising on each artists specific skill to create a collection of works. The main emphasis of the collection is to focus on constructing, deconstructing, combining and experimenting with materials and processes. Individually, each artist and their works have an unprecedented story to tell; collectively the works begin a narrative where visual themes become apparent.
Focusing on exploring the concept of infinity and memory, Andreaa uses a variety of mediums to attempt to create worlds rather than singular entities within her work, addressing her installations as objects devoid of time; catalogues of fragments of memories.
Katarina’s work simulates the environment by placing symbols of nature into a man-made environment and constructing an unnatural creating through the mediums of screen printing, sound, video, objects and photography.
Transferring one material onto another, Haydn illustrates the process of how our memory works imperfectly, with incomplete and hazy data transferred from one medium to another, leaving us to interpret an imperfect representation of the truth.
Trude believes that art plays an important role in social change, specifically in relation to how human behaviours adversely affect the environment. Using different media, her work is based on her own experience and encounters with nature and the Norwegian environment.