Black holes, dark matter, gravity, space, time and motion – these are phenomena that fascinate scientists and artists alike. The exhibition presents art and design that addresses the science behind the fundamental forces that shape our world. Paintings, installations, fashion, architecture, sculpture, film, digital artworks and photography by fourteen internationally recognised artists.
Artist Ângela Ferreira (b. 1958 i Maputo/Mozambique and now based in Lisbon) focuses on traces of history, politics and ideology in environment and architecture. In her exhibition Pan African Unity Mural, she presents murals and sculptures in different spaces inside and outside Bildmuseet.
In springtime every year, a jury selects the best Swedish picture book amongst last year's releases. This year, the prize goes to Eva Lindström's Kom hem Laila [Come home Laila], a warm and playful story about adventure and longing. The award winning picture book is showcased in an exhibition at Bildmuseet.