It's time for the autumn's big opening at the Bildmuseet. We are opening a large collective exhibition with the a particular cultural heritage that the children's programs on Swedish television between 1965 and 1985 formed.
ART FRIDAY WITH OPENING
OPENING: THE TV TRAMPOLINE
The TV Trampoline / From Children’s Television to Contemporary Art and Literature
The TV Trampoline (Tevetrampolinen) explores children’s television during the years 1965–1985. Eleven artists and writers have developed new works based on a range of Swedish and international children’s programmes such as Pippi Longstocking (Sweden), Drutten and the Crocodile, Sesame Street (USA), Little Sandman (East Germany), and Professor Balthazar (Yugoslavia). Here, a group of young girls revive Tjejerna gör uppror [The Girls Revolt] (Sweden) on YouTube, Vilse i pannkakan [Lost in the Pancake] (Sweden) raises questions about memory and trauma, and another work depicts political repression and resistance in Fabeltjeskrant [The Fables Newspaper] (Netherlands).
Contributing artists and authors: Petra Bauer, Ida Börjel & Lo Hillarp, Andjeas Ejiksson, Annika Eriksson, Jennifer Hayashida, Salad Hilowle, Balsam Karam, Behzad Khosravi Noori, Runo Lagomarsino, Katarina Pirak Sikku and Olivia Plender.
Read more about the exhibition