Monthly Archives: January 2016

3 october – 8 november 2015: “Trans-Siberian Migrating Residency – Anthropological Research” Moscow

“Trans-Siberian Migrating Residency – Anthropological Research”
A special program of the 6th Moscow Biennale for Contemporary Art.

Exhibition on the roof top at State Darwin Museum, Moscow.IMG_3164 Results from the on-going r a k e t a project “Mobile Institute: House in the Forest. The school In between”: travels in Arkangelsk Oblast, a wooden house in the Kenozersky National Park restored by r a k e t a, and a nomadic residency that has traversed the entire eurasian continent.
Amongst the participants:  Irina Peshnova (Ru), Jens Comén, musician, composer (Se), Oleg Samoilov, artist (Ru), Ilya Grishaev (Ru), Maria Kotlyachkova, curator (Ru), Nadya Gorokhova (Ru), Sindri Runudde, dancer, choreographer (Se), Stig Nilsson, carpenter & restorer (Se), Viktor Fedoseev, researcher (Ru), Yulia Medvedeva, Artist Union (Ru). r a k e t a (Se): Camilla Schlyter Gezelius, architect, Cecilia Enberg, artist, Jann Lipka, photographer, Johanna Bratel, landscape architect, Magda Lipka Falck, graphic designer, Susanne Skog, Timo Menke, Veronica Wiman, curator, professor at Tromsö Art Academy, Åsa Lipka Falck, artist.

 

IMG_3148                                 From the opening 4 oct 2015. Choreography by Sindri Runudde.

 

IMG_3200From Darwin Roof top glass house 1Darwin Roof Top exhib 2015

Jungfru Catharina. Oxelösund 26 juni – 17 augusti 2015

Jungfru Catharina, S Skog

Sound Installation/Composition, commissioned by Sörmlands museum & Katrineholms kommun.
Place: Koordinaten, Oxelösund, Sweden
4 speakers/quad. 

I taket i foajén till biblioteket i Oxelösund hänger ankaret från det holländska skeppet Jungfru Catharina. Hon sjönk 1647 vid en liten ö i närheten efter en lång obemannad resa över Östersjön. Ljudverket knyter an till denna sista seglats, och till de morsesignaler från radiofyrar som tills för några år sedan kunde höras utmed hennes färdväg. In the ceiling in the library in Oxelösund hangs the anchor from the ship Jungfru Catharina who sank nearby in october 1647 after a long unmanned  trip over the Baltic Sea.  This piece connects to this last voyage, and the morse signals from the radio beacons that once could be heard along this line.
• Installationen är ett av åtta ljudverk som visas under sommaren 2015 på olika platser runt om i Sörmland, under samlingsnamnet Sound of Sörmland. The installation is one of eight audio works presented in summer 2015 at various locations around Sörmland, Sweden, as parts of the exhibition Sound of Sörmland.
Participating artists: Kristaps Gulbis, Bent Christoffersen, Karin Frennesson Westblad, Jon Leifson, Ann Rosen, Frode Gundorf Nielsen and Anders Östberg.

Mer om utställningen/More about the exhibition: www.sormlandsmuseum.se/soundofsormland