25°C and a shining sun welcome me in Uppsala. During the morning, after a delicious cinnamon bun along the river, I was welcomed by Rebecka Wigh Abrahamsson, curator at Uppsala Konstmuseum (Uppsala Art Museum).
I was lucky enough to visit part of the exhibition by Alvaro Campo, Time Observatory, even if the museum was closed and they were dismantling it. The works are a reflection on time and its relativity. I loved his pieces Equinoxy, and of course Eight automated rainbows and the progress of flowers, which you can see in action in the photo below. I wasn’t able to photograph the rainbow though.
After a panoramic lunchtime, again along the river, I went to Linnaeus Botanical Garden and House. Linnaeus should have been a interesting character to meet, a great observer, but also very ambitious and practical.
Then a lot of walking, and installing in my place for a week, a tiny house southern than Uppsala, a little into the woods. So silent here!