Ekta (Daniel Götesson)

Ekta’s abstracted diptych is, as he says, ‘related to the idea of psychogeography’. A method first used in the 1960s by the Situationist International in the 1960s, psychogeography rejects the functional, scientific understanding of our environments and instead focuses on its atmosphere and possibilities. Rather than examining architecture or topography, Ekta’s map, as he explains, deals with ‘the ambiances of the city and the intimacy between physical environment and human emotion’.