For, “The Strongest Girl in the World,” her first major solo presentation in Scandinavia, Rona Yefman presented a series of works consisting of framed photographs, silkscreens, texts, video and audio works, live performances, and site-specific installations focusing on individual female protagonists that she has developed close relationships with and collaborated with over the past eighteen years. Yefman’s works offer alternative narratives of collective historiography, while forming new notions of identity based on recognition and acceptance. The exhibition presents two extensive bodies of work, Let it Bleed, (1996–2010), made in collaboration with artist Gil Yefman, in which Rona documents the gender transformation of her sibling Gil. In Pippi L. – The Strongest Girl in the World! (2006–09), a collaboration with sound artist Tanja Schlander, the latter assumes the persona of Pippi Longstocking, “the strongest girl in the world,” and attempts absurdist notions like moving the Separation Wall between Israel and Palestine in the video Pippi L. in Abu Dis.