‘One-to-One’ by Helsinki based artist and designer Caroline Slotte features a set of wooden objects on a wooden background. Not unusual - if it wasn't for the fact that these objects are not normally made in wood. Still we're able to identify them as well known objects. Demonstrating an engaged sensitivity towards the associations, memories and narratives inherent in the objects, Slotte´s intricate physical interventions allows us to see things we would otherwise not have seen. The tensions between the recognizable and the enigmatic, the ordinary and the unexpected are recurring thematic concerns in Caroline Slotte’s artistic work. Via Ignant.