Sönder, riso printed two times over by the artist Erik Viklund (b. 1982), can be described as a hauntology of his relation to snow. Once; pictures of white fields and horizons, now clogged or exploded. Lost to an in-betweenness of what disappears through repetition and whats created through abstraction. Viklund subordinates the moment, landscape and material in a thorough process looking for what’s represented.