HÄGERSTENSVÄGEN 145, ASPUDDEN.
OPEN DURING EXHIBITIONS: FRIDAY 14–18 SATURDAY AND SUNDAY 12–16
During two evenings a curated group of nine persons will have conversations about group belonging and human behaviour, with the starting point in Sara Engbergs book “Ädellaboratoriet”.
The discussions, led by Valle Wigers, are going to be captured in a text, which will further be used in the public program later on during the year.
UNDER THE HEADING BELONGING, OUR PUBLIC PROGRAM FOR 2018 IN VARIOUS WAYS TOUCHES THE ISSUES OF TOGETHERNESS.
Produced with financial support from Stockholms stad.
Screening of documentary
Opening 26th of May 2018
Directed by Roxy Farhat.
Made in collaboration with HUR.
DOP Iga Mikler.
3rd of May – Moderated talk.
Anusha Caroline Andersson will lead a discussion with Roxy Farhat and representatives from HUR
Opening 29th of May 2018
More information to come.
Photos by Petter Cohen, from Olof Marsja's BA at Konstfack, Stockholm.
Göran Söderström & Kajsa Lindberg
10 – 29 October 2017
Göran and Kajsa are two creatives from different disciplines. They often have the same reference points and sources of inspiration, though working in different media and with two completely different results. The fascination for letters and graphic signs is the connection between Göran Söderström, who draws digital fonts, and jewelry artist Kajsa Lindberg.
A conversation between Göran and Kajsa will be held during the exhibition, moderator Samira Bouabana.
This project and the exhibition is produced with support from Stockholms stad and Kulturrådet.
TWO THOUSAND AND SEVENTEEN
4 – 23 of April 2017
In this spring’s exhibition at Barklund & Co, Moa Lönn raises questions about global change, life’s fragility and human responsibility. Her art combines ceramics with claymation and invites the observer to a story beyond the fired works. Through the time-based motion storytelling and the three-dimensional sculptures, a new dimension is revealed within the ceramic field. The exhibition draws from the human every-day life and the relentless natural processes that surrounds and fulfil us all.
Moa Lönn graduated at Konstfack in 2009, from the department of Ceramic and Glass, and she is currently based in Uppsala.
The exhibition is produced with support from Stockholms stad.