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Labyrint
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Claes Söderquist

Labyrinth was filmed in Malmö in the south of Sweden in the summer of 2012. It forms a trilogy together with Landscape (1985 – 1987) and Passages – Portrait of a City (2001). It is a minimal film based on time, place and movement and like Passages, it is also a portrait of a city, but of a different and more intimate kind.

Keywords Experimental, Documentary, Architecture
Aspect ratio 1,78:1 (16:9)
Prod. format Generic HD-video
Duration 00:29:22
Language No dialogue
Year 2013
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About the artist

Claes Söderquist

Born in 1939. Studied painting at the Royal Institute of Art in Stockholm. Works as a curator and film maker. Lives in Stockholm. Chairman of Filmform’s board 1999-2012. Söderquist has curated several comprehensive exhibitions at Moderna Museet in Stockholm: “The Pleasure Dome”, American Experimental Film 1939-1979 (1980 in collaboration with Jonas Mekas), Nordic Film (1983), West German Experimental Film (1985 in collaboration with Birgit Hein) and Swedish Avantgarde Film 1924-1990 (tour in the US in collaboration with Jonas Mekas and Anthology Film Archives in New York).

Söderquist has also exhibited his own films and video works at the Center of Contemporary Art in Kristianstad (2014) and a solo exhibition of his work was presented at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts (Stockholm 2013). His films have been screened at Avant (Karlstad 2006), Moderna Museet (Stockholm 2012) and Turbidus Film (Stockholm 2014).

To find out more about Söderquist: OEI #69-70: On Film (2015), Magasinet Walden (2012 i valfiskens buk), Passager (catalogue, two volumes, 2013)

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