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Elisabet Hermodsson

Elisabet Hermodsson

Elisabet Hermodsson


Swedish writer, composer and artist. Born i Göteborg, she studied in the University of Stockholm as well as attending art school. Her work enkompasses a range of media and genres, the volume Dikt-ting (1966, "Poems Objects") conflating poetry and picyures. On the basis of humanist, Christian and subsequently feminist convictions she has formulated a far-reaching cultural critique to which environmental concerns are central, for example the poems in Mänskligt landskap Read more on Last.fm
Swedish writer, composer and artist. Born i Göteborg, she studied in the University of Stockholm as well as attending art school. Her work enkompasses a range of media and genres, the volume Dikt-ting (1966, "Poems Objects") conflating poetry and picyures. On the basis of humanist, Christian and subsequently feminist convictions she has formulated a far-reaching cultural critique to which environmental concerns are central, for example the poems in Mänskligt landskap, orättvist fördelat (1968, Human Province, Unfairly Distriubuted, in the essays in Synvända (1975, "Sight Distortion"), and in the "ecological oratorio" Skapelse utlämnad (1986, "Creation Abandoned".

Her feminism first found expression in the 1970s, notably in Disa Nilssons visor (1974, "Disa Nilsson´s songs), a volume of poems set to music and illustrated by the author, and designed to offer an antithesis to the conventional image of a woman presented in Birger Sjöberg´s popular Fridas visor in 1922. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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