Agnes Mohlin works with sculpture, often in figurative reliefs and assemblages.
In her art, she thematically explores a myriad of relationships; how the world, society and the body are connected. Her art may be seen as bodily fragments where the work of the hand, thought processes, the materials’ agency and the organisms’ interaction collaborate across different times and events. Stone is a recurring material, another important element is water. Limestone was formed in the sea through millions of years of geological processes involving lime sludge and seashells. In our time, limestone is quarried from the rock by the stone industry; the artist collects waste stone which she uses as a material for her sculptures. Her practice, however, moves freely between varying techniques and materials, and in her art we encounter a range of genres such as photography, drawing and readymades, collected and assembled with stone.