Of course not me, but the artwork exhibited in the Museum of Histoy at Lund University. It's free for students (including students from other universities) and it has a large collection of all sort of objects. For those who think Hamlet is a boring bedtime story, there's a whole floor dedicated to anatomy collections of skulls, whole skeletons and muscle models, supplemented with philosphical questions about our right to exhibit these in the first place. Fans of celtic and viking history have several rooms filled with coins, weapons, jewellery etc. Those of us who are more into innovative and non-traditional museum set ups are overjoyed in the "Cabinet of Curiosities" room, and one whole floor shows remnants of cathedrals. The top floor is split between ancient statues and dinosaurs.
Well, and then there was also me (and Gerald with his camera).
Top: Gangnam Station, Seoul
Earrings: handmade gifts
Bag: gift, offbrand
Shoes: Le Bunny Bleu, Seoul