Studium. Glass, fish, formaldehyd.
The installation was part of the project "Music for Four Bodies" with CM von Hausswolff, Leif Elggren, and Thomas Liljenberg. Erik Pauser and CM von Hausswolff presented two separate installations, while Leif Elggren and Thomas Liljenberg collaborated on one installation.
The work in the old water tower led to a series of mutual exhibitions and projects, including: Galleri Mors Mössa, Göteborg, 1982 - Action/installation. Continuous work for 48 hours with CM von Hausswolff, Thomas Liljenberg, and Leif Elggren. Sveaborg, Helsingfors, Finland, 1983 - Interferens, a project within Elektrolys II by Leif Elggren and Thomas Liljenberg.Grand Hotel, Stockholm, 1983 - "We rent a room but we don't live in it," an action/project with CM von Hausswolff, Leif Elggren, and Thomas Liljenberg. Galleri Mors Mössa, Göteborg, 1984 - "Something that is bigger than it is (Nunquam Minus Solus Quam Cum Solus/Control)," an action/installation with CM von Hausswolff, Thomas Liljenberg, and Leif Elggren. Konsthall Alka, Linköping, 1990 - "Hembygd," an installation with CM von Hausswolff and Leif Elggren Kalmar Konstmuseum, 2010 - "Svensk Konceptkonst" with Thomas Liljenberg, CM von Hausswolff, and Leif Elggren. Featuring glass, fish, and formalin.