Jesper Just likes short films with a background of soft and narrative music. In them, the artist presents men confronting their emotionality and mainly presents ambiguous love situations, reversible and often homo-erotic. The five mini-films (2002-2008) brought together in the exhibition Nomad in one’s own mind (Nomade en soi-même) deal with solitude, confused feelings, sexual ambivalence and vulnerability. The work of this Danish artist is an interrogation on human relationships and conscience.
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