Albin Siggesson experiments with different techniques in the visual arts and has designed a distinctive pictorial expression. His works can be described as exploratory and expressive, with irregular lines and compositions. Using various materials such as acrylic, crayons, felt-tip pens and ink, Siggesson creates colorful motifs that depict everyday scenes, people and objects,or events from his own life. The result is a playful approach to often serious topics that the viewer can relate to. In this way, Siggesson reflects on the human fragility that is inherent in all of us, without it becoming overly clear or predictable. In this way, Siggesson's work can be experienced as a free space without set boundaries.