Lap-See Lam (* 1990 in Stockholm, Sweden) is an artist based in Stockholm, Sweden. Starting point for the exhibition is the singular story of the Sea Palace, a three-storey floating restaurant in the shape of a dragon that sailed from Shanghai to Europe in the early 1990s. After a series of unsuccessful ventures, the ship docked in the waters of Stockholm, finding a new purpose as a haunted house in the Gröna Lund amusement park.
At the heart of Tales of the Altersea is the eponymous 8-channel video installation projected onto the walls and floors of the gallery, giving the sense of being inside a magic lantern. By employing the narrative strategies of magical realism, the artist interweaves complex mythologies with transnational experiences.
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