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Red Cloud Carter - Songs about sculptures
Catti Brandelius

‘Songs about sculptures’ was a musical sculpture-tour that took place in the Boulognerskogen in Gävle 14th of May and 6th of September 2008. Catti Brandelius appeared as Red Cloud Carter and performed songs composed by herself to five different sculptures in the park. The band ‘Kids from Heaven’ (Hedda Svendsen, Ludvig Blix, Pär Gustafsson and Erik Klinga) made the musical arrangements and accompanied through the walk.

The project was a collaboration between Konstcentrum i Gävle, Musik i Gävleborg and the music school of Vasa.

Keywords Music
Aspect ratio 1.33:1 (4:3)
Prod. format
Duration 00:07:22
Language English & Swedish
Year 2009
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About the artist

Catti Brandelius

Born in 1971 in Gävle, Sweden. Lives and works in Stockholm.

Catti Brandelius is an artist and musician. She is educated at University College of Arts, Crafts and Design (Konstfack) 1997-2000, and at The Royal Art Academy (Kungliga Konsthögskolan) 2007-09 – both in Stockholm. At the Royal Art Academy she was a specialstudent for then rector Marie-Louise Ekman and a student at the graphic department. Photography was her first medium, but she now uses various expressions such as drawing, video, pop music, silkscreen, poetry and tap dance. She was a member of the popband Doktor Kosmos 1991-2001 under the alias Miss Universum. Over the years Brandelius has used several aliases like Profesora, Evert Taube and Elitakrobaten. She uses stereotypes and builds up new personas, which in themselves are stereotypes, but tries to compromise and change these in order to get both herself and others to see the world from new perspectives.

Brandelius performs her work at various venues, from galleries, museums, libraries to theaters, music festivals and on the radio. In her latest film Brandelius takes on the western contemporary training hysteria and competitive fitness obsession from a feminist working class point of view.