Eva Hild born in 1966 is a swedish sculptor. She lives and works in the south-west of Sweden.
With her organic sculptures, she has established a position on the international art scene and is represented in important private and institutional collections world-wide. Her art has met with a profound fascination at the way in which she expresses body and space, strength and fragility, presence and absence. She cited that her sculptures are bodies, exposed to pressure and movements.
Influence, pressure, strain. These words have been the foundation for her current projects that comprise communicating the theme in large, thin-built sculptures. Delicate continuously flowing entities. They reflect varying degrees of external and internal pressures, and how, as a consequence, perception of inner and outer space is changed or challenged.
On one hand, it is the mass in thin layers, running in a meander-like closed movement. On the other hand it is the empty space, air and light forming volumes, described by the contours of the mass.
Her fascination is about the relationship between internal and external realities; the dualism between inside and outside, content and form, feeling and shape, impression and expression.
It is a reflection of her inner landscapes of form. Bodies where presence and absence meet..