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(A) Moral Thread | Nina Bacun

(a)moral thread Vol. 2
Vernissage: 17/06 // 19h-22h
Exhibition continues until 20/07

(a)moral thread is a collaborative project curated by Nina Ba?un and Juan Echeverry. The aim of (a)moral tread is to generate a bridge between artist and craftsman. It is an attempt to create a co-existence in which authorship loses the key role, the process becomes the protagonist, and the production of new knowledge is the main result.

Among Croatian traditional crafts curators have centered their attention on Zidnjaci. Zidnjaci embroideries are a craft usually pursued by women and directed to women, giving guidelines on how to behave within the household realm. Kitchen tasks, love relations, child care, hygiene and other activities are guided by this images and texts that become a sort of propaganda and moral frame that inserts itself into housewife reality.

Through the working process curators intend to create communication in which the artist submits a draft, guideline, idea or work in progress that serves as the beginning of the craftsman process, giving him freedom to interpret and translate content from one media to another.

Curators have chosen to focus production on the work of Željko Kraš?i? because of his skill and his will to participate and interpret the material submitted by the other participants. Željko was born in 1954 and started doing embroideries after he retired from his job as a builder in the year 2008. Till now he has produced more than 400 pieces and created 40 different motifs.

Artists:
Vina ?ur?ija
Juan Echeverry
Mario Grubiši?
Lea Heinrich
Marc Hennes
Jeong Hwa Min
Ena Jurov
Tommi Musturi
Jaakko Pallasvuo
Olof Svenblad
Paul Waak

 

 

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2017-06-17



Galleri CC x Detroit TUNNELSYN 12-14/5 2017

CC x Detroit

Galleri CC x Detroit
TUNNELSYN
12-14/5 2017

Opening reception: Friday 12th of May 18:00-21:00

“Tunnelsyn” (Tunnelvision) is a collaborative project of Benjamin Andersson, Arngrímur Borgþórsson, Maja Gade Christensen, Andreas Knag-Danielsen, Madelaine Sillfors, Linus Svensson, Sofia Wickman. Together they run Galleri CC, an artist run exhibition space in Malmö. The title of the exhibition comes from the idea of bringing together different artists who work in different ways and cover a wide variety of subjects and ideas. Each individual has their own area of interest, chosen subjects to view and explore. It can be said that in a way, all of them have tunnel vision, as they remain focused on their own ideas and subjects. The term tunnel vision is usually a term burdened by negative connotations, but it does not have to be. Many eyes next to each other, ignoring what they consider to be the periphery may, in fact, cover a wider area. Much like periscopes at sea or telescopes aimed at the skies, they come together and broaden their field of vision.

Benjamin Andersson (SE) builds scenarios in which the evident and the hidden is forced to coexist. Arngrímur Borgþórsson (IS) focuses on the complex systems of interactions between humans and technology. Maja Gade Christensen (DK) works systematically with patterns emergence and with decay. Andreas Knag-Danielsen (NO) deals with the interrelation between the human body and technology. Madelaine Sillfors (SE) investigates the sense of scale and understanding of the spatial and the haptic. Linus Svensson (SE) works with the process of investigating time and the working method itself. Sofia Wickman (SE) questions the aesthetics of nostalgia and longing in relation to memory and time.

Galleri CC is a non-commercial, artist-run gallery located in Malmö, Sweden. The group running the gallery take on the role of curators, embody and partake in exhibition concepts in collaborations with artists invited by the gallery. The exhibition “Tunnelsyn” will be their second exhibition of coming together and work, not as curators but as artists. The exhibition will consist of artworks which will both clash and share a common thread.

Galleri CC was founded in 2003 and is located in the residential neighbourhood of East Sorgenfri, Malmö. Since its inception the gallery has hosted more than one hundred exhibitions, performances and events with artists from all over the world.

Galleri CC has participated in Supermarket Art Fair in Stockholm, Art Swap Europe in Berlin, and Alt_Cph Art Fair in Copenhagen and collaborated with Galleria Rajatila Tampere (FI), WIZARD Gallery in Oslo (NO), OK Corral in Copenhagen (DK) and HilbertRaum in Berlin (DE).

www.gallericc.se


Detroit
Roslagsgatan 21, Sthlm

www.detroitstockholm.com

Opening: 18:00-21:00

Sat-Sun: 12:00-16:00

2017-05-11



Galleri CC x Detroit TUNNELSYN 12-14/5 2017

CC x Detroit
Galleri CC x Detroit
TUNNELSYN
12-14/5 2017Opening reception: Friday 12th of May 18:00-21:00

“Tunnelsyn” (Tunnelvision) is a collaborative project of Benjamin Andersson, Arngrímur Borgþórsson, Maja Gade Christensen, Andreas Knag-Danielsen, Madelaine Sillfors, Linus Svensson, Sofia Wickman. Together they run Galleri CC, an artist run exhibition space in Malmö. The title of the exhibition comes from the idea of bringing together different artists who work in different ways and cover a wide variety of subjects and ideas. Each individual has their own area of interest, chosen subjects to view and explore. It can be said that in a way, all of them have tunnel vision, as they remain focused on their own ideas and subjects. The term tunnel vision is usually a term burdened by negative connotations, but it does not have to be. Many eyes next to each other, ignoring what they consider to be the periphery may, in fact, cover a wider area. Much like periscopes at sea or telescopes aimed at the skies, they come together and broaden their field of vision.

Benjamin Andersson (SE) builds scenarios in which the evident and the hidden is forced to coexist. Arngrímur Borgþórsson (IS) focuses on the complex systems of interactions between humans and technology. Maja Gade Christensen (DK) works systematically with patterns emergence and with decay. Andreas Knag-Danielsen (NO) deals with the interrelation between the human body and technology. Madelaine Sillfors (SE) investigates the sense of scale and understanding of the spatial and the haptic. Linus Svensson (SE) works with the process of investigating time and the working method itself. Sofia Wickman (SE) questions the aesthetics of nostalgia and longing in relation to memory and time.

Galleri CC is a non-commercial, artist-run gallery located in Malmö, Sweden. The group running the gallery take on the role of curators, embody and partake in exhibition concepts in collaborations with artists invited by the gallery. The exhibition “Tunnelsyn” will be their second exhibition of coming together and work, not as curators but as artists. The exhibition will consist of artworks which will both clash and share a common thread.

Galleri CC was founded in 2003 and is located in the residential neighbourhood of East Sorgenfri, Malmö. Since its inception the gallery has hosted more than one hundred exhibitions, performances and events with artists from all over the world.

Galleri CC has participated in Supermarket Art Fair in Stockholm, Art Swap Europe in Berlin, and Alt_Cph Art Fair in Copenhagen and collaborated with Galleria Rajatila Tampere (FI), WIZARD Gallery in Oslo (NO), OK Corral in Copenhagen (DK) and HilbertRaum in Berlin (DE).

www.gallericc.se


Detroit
Roslagsgatan 21, Sthlm

www.detroitstockholm.com

Opening: 18:00-21:00

Sat-Sun: 12:00-16:00



Detroit @ Supermarket

Postcard

 

For Supermarket Art Fair 2017, Detroit, Stockholm is proud to present “One & Three”, an installation by resident member: Emer Ní Chíobháin. This installation looks at the theory of body-as-property within the context of networked culture. Through the use of 3D scanning tools, the artist creates images and data sets which are in turn edited and re-worked. In this process, the physical is rendered into data and back to material again. Through the portrayal of fragmented bodies, the artist depersonalises, de-subjectifies and thus dehumanises the body and its constituent parts. The body becomes abstract, unknown, impersonal, losing all semblance of the self.

Exhibition runs: 23.03 – 26.03 at Supermarket Art Fair, Svarta Huset, Telefonplan, Stockholm.

For more info, visit:
www.emernichiobhain.com
www.detroitstockholm.com
www.supermarketartfair.com

2017-03-22



Lake // Märta Rovin

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Lake
Märta Rovin
24.03 – 02.04.2017
Vernissage: fre 24 mars kl 17 – 21
Öppet: to-fre kl 18 – 20, lö-sö kl 12 – 16
Detroit
Roslagsgatan 21, Sthlm
www.detroitstockholm.com
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Utgångspunkten för verken i utställningen är en kontemplation kring att erövras av sakers tillfälliga betydelse. Hur man genom att tolka och söka efter tecken i omgivningen sammanställer mening i syfte att låta något odefinierat utomstående ta vid.
Lake består av teckningar i olika format som tillsammans med ett skulpturalt objekt bildar ett större verk. Teckningarnas motiv utgörs av osorterade, förvrängda och sammansatta minnesbilder av objekt, personer eller platser. Skulpturen är en uppförstorad avgjutning av en grop i marken, en vattenpöl, en bottenlös sjö. Sjön är lyft ur sitt sammanhang och placerad på en imaginär skärningspunkt mellan det sublima och den påtagliga fysiska verkligheten.
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The starting point for this exhibition is a contemplation around being conquered by the temporary significance of various objects. How we by interpreting and searching for signs in the surroundings compile meaning in order to let something undefined take over. Small, crucial moments determine how we should proceed.
Lake consists of drawings in various format, which along with a sculptural object form a larger work. The drawings consist of unsorted, distorted and complex memories of objects, people or places. The sculpture is an enlarged cast of a hole in the ground, a puddle, a bottomless lake. The lake is out of context and placed on an imaginary intersection between the sublime and the tangible physical reality.

2017-03-20



From a memory to a sculpture // ARTmovement // Vernissage

Galleri Detroit

 

Vernissage, February 19 @ 13:00

Avslutningsutställning av ARTmovement pt 4. 15 deltagare från olika kulturer har med hjälp av konstnären Joanne Grüne-Yanoff skapat tillsammans utifrån ett minne till en skulptur

Final exhibition by ARTmovement pt. 4.
15 participants from different cultures has – together with artist Joanne Grüne-Yanoff -created a sculpture from a memory.

 

 

2017-02-13



ImageObject

emer

ImageObject:

New Work by Emer Ní Chíobháin

“If the human body is the locus of absolute dignity, and that dignity involves the preservation and protection of integrity, then that dignity is destroyed if any part of the body is assigned market value and rendered alienable”1

Emer Ní Chíobháin, born and raised in Ireland, is a multi-disciplinary artist focusing mainly in the fields of mixed media installation and lens based media. With a background in textiles, her work is predominantly sculpture based. In previous work, the artist has explored the tension between notions of the acceptable and the unacceptable. This exhibition, her debut in Stockholm, stems from that previous body of research by investigating the violence of everyday life and questioning the boundaries between desensitization and procedural activity.

This series of new works looks at the theory of body-as-property within the context of networked culture. Using methods of light-coding technology, mesh imagery, holographic projection and 3D photography the artist deconstructs notions of corporal identity physically and metaphorically. In her processes, Ní Chíobháin renders the physical into data and back to material again. Through the portrayal of fragmented bodies, the artist depersonalises, desubjectifies and thus dehumanises the body and its constituent parts. The body becomes abstract, unknown, impersonal, losing all semblance of the self. This exhibition, however, does not sympathise with the condition of this abstracted self, but rather accelerates the process and extends this abstraction.

Vernissage Friday 02 December at 18.00 at Detroit, Stockholm.

Open daily from 03 – 07 December

15h-18h

detroitstockholm.com

emernichiobhain.com

1: Gianna Bouchard , Skin Deep: Female Flesh in UK Live Art since 1999, Contemporary Theatre Review , Volume 22, 2012

2016-11-30