Upside Down Everything is Abstract, My Father Said
Opp ned er alt abstrakt, sa pappa
He didn't want to sign his paintings if the composition wasn't perfect. His admiring young daughter agreed. But that was in the past. The young girl is now an older woman with an inheritance to take care of: all of her father's abstract paintings. Can you sell pictures without a signature? By a painter who refused to exhibit? What made him paint without anyone to show his work to? The daughter looks for answers in the past. Life was not a rose garden. There had been a sense of shame too.