The value of Lot Madeleine’s work is not found in the amount of words she uses. Through a precise process she elevates her quotes into seemingly simple, but always intelligently layered constructs, wherein each word becomes an invaluable building block. Based on the idea that you always need a spectator to achieve an interpretation,
Lot’s expressions instigate an unexpected interaction. In an ongoing process where the public space and a variety of objects serve as a canvas for her craft, this is the first time her quirky observations have been compiled for publication.
In Correct Me, I’m Wrong Lot Madeleine embraces the challenges of a postmodern existence in a metropolitan environment. Her quotes appear as fragments from an ongoing internal dialogue, where she reflects on her direct surroundings without any expectations. This is how she bends her reality into a language that invites us into her universe.