This print depicts a nude figure standing on a pedestal that is lodged on a table the artist copied from a Japanese print.
About her work, Andersson says: "To make a concentrated feeling for something, you have to reduce it to the few small things that can tell a story. Then you can make your own history."
Mamma Andersson's works tell stories with no beginning, middle or end. The artist's compositions evoke concentrated feelings by focusing on only a few important details—inviting viewers to create their own stories and histories. Andersson's work is a deeply psychological depiction of both landscapes and people.