The work of Carolina Andreasson evolves out of subjects surrounding our conscience. As a constant relationship between ourselves and others built on ideas, representations and expectations of social agreements. Where does the personal become common? Using symbolism of oneself in elements of qualms - belonging and language, the point of interest often lingers into questions of shame → guilt→ confession and perception. She looks at the material as how it can continue a question rather than answering it. Bringing in conversations and interviews as a strive to ask questios or play with one's own relation to understanding. Elaborating sound, sculpture and text Carolina works in various ways of installation. “Looking at the conscious space in between you and me, we can only come so close - still we are more or less dependent on each others qualms. But I can ever only encounter its corners”.