Filmform (est. 1950) is dedicated to preservation, promotion and worldwide distribution of experimental film and video art. Constantly expanding, the distribution catalogue spans from 1924 to the present, including works by Sweden’s most prominent artists and filmmakers, available to rent for public screenings and exhibitions as well as for educational purposes.
This is the result of a research of finding new ways to animate with clay. Rebecca Digby’s sound collage, made from woven cassette tapes, gives the clay a voice and creates small, short social sceneries. A conversation takes place between the abstract formations who are arguing and worrying.
Born in 1979 in Örebro, Sweden. Lives and works in Stockholm.
Peter Larsson is an artist and animator that predominantly experiments with stop motion and cut out animation. His education includes a BA and MFA fine art, Royal Institute of Art, Stockholm, Sweden and studying at Emily Carr University of Art + Design, Vancouver BC, Canada and at Gotland University, Visby, Sweden.
His stop motion based practice is a hands-on process where the material is co-creator and becomes the body for severe formulated situations, emotions and states. The cinematic language is surreal and can refer to horror films, folk tales and abstract painting.
Larsson’s first film Mannen som inte kom nånstans (2005) was nominated for a Guldbagge for the Best short film and in 2016 his film Forgotten Reason was awarded Best Nordic Short at Nordisk Panorama in Malmoe. It has since been screened at film festivals worldwide. Lately, he has also been interested in finding new ways to show his animations, for example using animation and sculpture in installations and projected video for various musical performances.
In addition to film Larsson works with graphics, illustration, and collage. He conducts a label with a friend where they release music on cassette tapes and publish fanzines and artist books.