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2023

Liv Strand and Ralph Lundsten in “Elektronmusikstudion” exhibition

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Liv Strand and Ralph Lundsten are among the artist whose work will be looped by over 30 artists in programme “Elektronmusikstudion – konst, teknik och politik” at Scenkonstmuseet. EMS nr 1 and Pipeline will be available to see between December 1st – September 1st 2024. The programme is curated by Lars Annersten.

Programme:
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EMS nr 1

Ralph Lundsten

1966, 00:14:00

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Pipeline

Liv Strand

2007, 00:05:35

2024

Exhibition dedicated to Olivier Herdies at TECKNINGSMUSEET

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“Olivier Herdies – Levande sitt eget liv” is the name of the exhibition that’s taking place at Teckningsmuseet, dedicated to the Belgian-Swedish artist himself. Between February 17th – May 26th his film Popen kommer till stan, a documentary film about the rise of the pop art scene in Stockholm, will be shown in the form of a loop screening. Curator of the programme is Maria Wikrén.

Programme:
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Popen kommer till stan

Olivier Herdies

1964, 00:33:00

Kulturhuset Stadsteatern includes Carl Johan de Geer and Kjartan Slettemark in the “Gör det själv” exhibition

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Lektion i konsten att falla, Videovoodoo and excerpts from Digitalisman by Kjartan Slettemark as well as Jag minns Lena Svedberg by Carl Johan de Geer will be shown in the exhibition “Gör det själv”/”Do it yourself” between March 1 – August 11 at Kulturhuset Stadsteatern in Stockholm. “Gör det själv” presents eight pioneering Swedish artists who have gone their own way and challenged the norms of art, both consciously and unconsciously. Curator of the programme is Jeanette Steinsland.

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Jag minns Lena Svedberg

Carl Johan De Geer

2000, 00:06:34

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Digitalisman

Kjartan Slettemark

2001, 00:13:20

3

Videovoodoo

Kjartan Slettemark

1982, 00:17:30

Works from the reference archive:

Lektion i konsten att falla by Kjartan Slettemark, 1969

MY NAME IS OONA at MUDAM Luxembourg

Cover: Workers in Song 2024

Exhibition “Workers in Song” is taking place at MUDAM in Luxembourg between 29 March – 9 June 2024. Workers in Song is the latest iteration of an ongoing collaborative project by composer Billy Bultheel (b. 1987, Brussels) and visual artist James Richards (b. 1983, Cardiff). At Mudam, Bultheel and Richards present a choreographed performance with live music alongside film screenings of HEVN by P.Staff, My Name is Oona by Gunvor Nelson and Studio Floor Rotation by Josh Tonsfeldt. “Workers in Song” seeks to confront the viewer with paradoxical sensations of pleasure and discomfort. It alludes to the depth of human existence, beauty, death, sex, loneliness, nostalgia, togetherness, and their intricate relationships. Curators of the programme are Joel Valabrega, Clémentine Proby and Nathalie Lesure.

Programme:
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MY NAME IS OONA

Gunvor Nelson

1969, 00:10:00

“EADNI” and “Faces” in Boxen at Västernorrlands museum

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During the month of April,Västernorrlands Museum will show two films that revolve around identity in relation to landscape and nature – Faces and EADNI by Liselotte Wajstedt. The programme is part of Museum’s film section called “Boxen” that will loop Wajstedt’s films between April 1st-30th. Curator of the programme is Karolina Aastrup.

Programme:
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EADNI

Liselotte Wajstedt

2023, 00:07:00

2

Faces

Liselotte Wajstedt

2008, 00:03:29

FILMFORM’s works in Svenska berättelser programme

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During April and May, Nathalie Åhbeck and Martin Grennberger are preparing a three-part programme Svenska berättelser at Zita Folkets Bio (April 10th), Beau Travail (April 27th) and Hägerstensåsens Medborgarhus (May 17th), organised by FiS (Film i Samtidskonsten). Svenska berättelser is a film program of films spanning seven decades and across the rich Swedish documentary tradition. It includes mockumentaries, art films as well as early video works and experimental films. This year the focus is on the following artist: Staffan Lamm, Lina Selander, Felice Hapetzeder, Salad Hilowle, Mårten Nilsson & David Flamholc, Lola Möller & Andrew Hibbert, Sara Jordenö and Jan Lindqvist & Stefan Jarl. The majority of films take the form of storytelling experiments, which resist being easily sorted and categorized, but which nevertheless depict the breaking points between the old and the new.

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Judagölen

Staffan Lamm

1981, 00:27:45

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27 Kilometer Drawing

Lina Selander

2002, 00:07:00

3

Bagman

Lola Möller & Andrew Hibbert

1993, 00:18:00

4

Stockholm 1970

Felice Hapetzeder

2003, 00:10:00

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Svitjod 2000

Mårten Nilsson & David Flamholc

2000, 00:10:36

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Svart television

Salad Hilowle

2021, 00:30:30

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Utveckling?

Sven Elfström

1971, 00:06:00

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Förvandla Sverige

Jan Lindqvist & Stefan Jarl

1974, 00:30:00

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Diamantfolket

Sara Jordenö

2016, 00:30:59

Films by Marte Aas and Maja Borg screened in Montréal!

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Exhibition “Futur antérieur. Missing What Will Be Missed” is taking place at Dazibao Centre in Montréal. Works by 13 local, Canadian and international artists are brought together to address notions of futurity in regards to the ecological crisis. Among them are also What I Miss About People, and What I Don’t Miss About People by Marte Aas and Ottica Zero by Maja Borg. The films will be shown in a loop screening between April 18th – June 15th. Emma-Kate Guimond is the programme’s curator.

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What I Miss About People, and What I Don't Miss About People

Marte Aas

2017, 00:10:51

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Ottica Zero

Maja Ray Borg

2007, 00:13:00

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