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Events 2013

Threads / A Mobile Sewing Circle
2013-01-17 18:30-20:00 

Kristina Lindström and Åsa Ståhl, doctoral students at Malmö University present the art works that form the basis of their joint dissertation project in interaction design and media and communications.
N.B. Place: HUMlab-X, Arts Campus
In collaboration with HUMlab

The City as a Narrative
2013-01-20 14:00-15:30 

The City as a Narrative, a roundtable discussion and presentations with the curator collective Rakett, Oslo and the artist group Expodium, Utrecht. In conjunction with the exhibition Communitas.

Drawing on their experiences from projects in different cities Rakett and Expodium will present projects and thoughts around how to critically relate to the urban environments. How can one actively relate to the layered geographies of our cities? During the roundtable and the presentations they will introduce methods and activities to enhance the perception of our environments, to better be aware of the dynamic relationship between the hardware and software of the city. Criticality in dealing with and relating our own bodies to urban surroundings can be enhanced by supplying individual and collective observatory skills.

As part of the presentation Rakett will show some art projects that are a part of the newly released Art as Protagonist 2 publication. These projects deal with city transformation processes and particularly questioning how to negotiate with the built environment. The publication is part of the exhibition project Common Lands - Allmannaretten that took the urban development in Bjørvika, Oslo as its starting point to highlight a number of issues associated with democracy, power, waterfront developments, access to and distribution of land.

Expodium has gained extended knowledge from their work and research in Detroit, Utrecht, Incheon and most recently in Belgrade. With this background they will present and relate to their perceptions of Umeå. They will also introduce NIGHTWALKERS: a system of collective research and a playful method of critically engaging the urban environment and its transition processes.

After the talk Expodium invites you to join them on an explorative evening walk in Umeå: NIGHTWALKERS_UMEA #01: The City and Its Double

Evening walk with Expodium
2013-01-20 16:00-17:00 

NIGHTWALKERS_UMEÅ #01: The City and Its Double, an evening walk with Expodium. We meet up by the main entrance at Bildmuseet. In conjunction with the exhibition Communitas.

IMPORTANT NOTICE: Bring your own mug or cup. Could be your beloved coffee mug or an old cup you no longer use. Or perhaps one you got from a cafe, office or school. Warm drinks will be served during the night walk.

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If Umeå's infrastructure is a designed script for preconceived narratives, then snow is the saboteur of all given scenarios and a catalyst for new ways of experiencing the city. Join us as we walk on it and investigate Umeå 'above' and 'under'- the city and its winter double - the city as a place of arrival, as a temporary place and as a backdrop for a new story. This is not a performance. This is an explorative walk shaped by observing what presents itself as given and merely insignificant.

NIGHTWALKERS is a series of voluntary collective night strolls in cities, followed by discussions. It is initiated by Expodium as a tool for researching the subconscious relations between the participants and the land they walk on. It is a platform of knowledge exchange, a place of coming together and a mode of reading of, and 'confronting with' the area's built environment.

Opening
2013-01-27 14:00-18:00 

The opening of two new exhibitions:
Sovjetisk mytologi i lettisk konst (Soviet mythology in Latvian art) and Quadratura / Daniel Canogar

Introduction to Daniel Canogar / Quadratura
2013-01-27 14:30-15:00 

Artist Daniel Canogar introduces his exhibition Quadratura

Elita Ansone, Latvian National Museum of Art
2013-01-27 15:00-16:00 

Socialistic Realism as Instrument for Constructing Communism. Lecture by Elita Ansone, Head of the Arsenals Collections and Research Department, Latvian National Museum of Art.

The Roundabout Revolution
2013-01-31 19:00-20:00 

Lecture by Eyal Weizman, professor at Goldsmiths, University of London. Language: English

The lecture will be about The Roundabout Rrevolution. Remember the arabic revolution, how in Cairo the people occupied a square? Well was it a square? It was more a kind of roundabout, physically meshy in itself. Perhaps nothing more than a void, but with a great name: Tahrir, meaning liberation, and a place full of potential. What we call multitude can occupy and start the revolution from without a fixed centre and there have been other roundabouts full of revolutions.

A collaboration between Bildmuseet and Umeå School of Architecture.
N.B. Place: Umeå School of Architecture.

Listen to the City, Seoul
2013-02-10 14:00-15:00 

Eunseon Park and Kim Junho from the artist collective Listen to the City in Seoul, Korea gives a presentation in the Communitas exhibition. Their presentation is titled City; space for accumulations. On this occasion they are also launching their publication Hidden history of Dongdaemun Design Park and Star Architect.

At 15:00 the same day Listen to the City present two films in Flexhallen about the Youngsan Tragedy which took place in 2009: Two Doors, 2011 (101min) by Hong Ji-you / Kim Il-rhan and Yongsan, 2010 (74min) by Jeong-hyun Mun

Film / Two Doors
2013-02-10 15:00-16:45 

Artist collective Listen to the City, South Chorea, presents the film Two Doors (2011, 101min) in Flexhallen. About the Youngsan Tragedy which took place in Seoul 2009.

This year is 4th anniversary of the Youngsan Tragedy. Youngsan is one of the main areas in Seoul. The government and developers announced to turn the area into Youngsan international business district and hired the architect Daniel Libeskind. The developers rushed to evict the people living in the area, but most of them weren't even aware that the project was scheduled to start and therefore not ready to move. During the resistance six people died.

Two Doors (2011), Hong Ji-you, Kim Il-rhan, 101min
Two Doors follows the tragedy in Yongsan 2009 which resulted in the death of five evictees and one police commando. The evictees were cornered and climbed up a watchtower to appeal for their rights to live. They came down as corpses 25 hours later. Those who survived were declared offenders of the law. A long battle for the truth began as the police accused the evictees for causing the tragedy. The heightened tension between the two parties and their opposite opinions about the truth of the events led the government to rule violent protests as illegal.

74,000 people watched the film titled Two Doors in South Korea, which is, so far, the biggest hit for a Korean independent documentary film. Activists and citizens have worked hard to spread this movie among friends and neighbours. Youngsan international business district was recently cancelled.

Film / Yongsan
2013-02-10 17:00-18:15 

Artist collective Listen to the City, South Chorea, presents the film Yongsan (2010, 74min) in Flexhallen. About the Youngsan Tragedy which took place in Seoul 2009.

This year is 4th anniversary of the Youngsan Tragedy. Youngsan is one of the main areas in Seoul. The government and developers announced to turn the area into Youngsan international business district and hired the architect Daniel Libeskind.
The developers rushed to evict the people living in the area, but most of them weren't even aware that the project was scheduled to start and therefore not ready to move. During the resistance six people died. Youngsan international business district was recently cancelled.

Yongsan (2010). Director Jeong-hyun Mun. Editor Jun-ho Yoon. Composer Jeong-hyun Mun. 74 mins
On 20 January 2009, five tenants of the Yongsan district who were forcefully evicted from their homes staged a sit-in and burned to death in their apartment block. This personal documentary essay recalls the many movements of Korean civil rights and activism and asks where the idealism went. As the director remarks, "The fire reminded me of a similar incident that I witnessed in 1991. I was a high school student when I saw a college student set himself on fire. This documentary is a death portrait of Korea. Where are the people who once occupied streets of Seoul in 1980, 1987, 1991 and 2008? History seems to circulate without further progress, and people living today are not willing to fight for spiritual or social progress. Who is to blame for this?"

National video screening part 1. Valand
2013-02-19 18:30-20:00 

Umeå Academy of Fine Arts and Valand Academy Fine Art present a selection of art videos by students at Valand. In collaboration with Rörelsen and Umeå Academy of Fine Arts, Umeå University.

PROGRAMME FEBRUARY 19

Part 1 - Valand Academy Fine Arts
1. Berlin, Sophie Erlansson
2. Unless we remember, Martin Fridén
3. Gradin, Sophie Erlansson
4. Badhuset, Mira Dolk Flodin och Maria Persson

Paus

Part 2 - Umeå Art Academy of Fine Arts
1. Riktig ångest äkta konst, Fabian Wigren och Lisa Vipola
2. Robotfågel af yoghurtsil, Elin Båve
3. Untilted, Alice Söderlund
4. Häftmassa, Thomas Hansson och Jonas Gazell
5. Single act, Anna Johansson
6. Vi vantrivs i kulturen, Lisa Vipola

The opening of two new exhibitions
2013-02-24 14:00-15:00 

The opening of two new exhibitions: Rawiya collective / Hon som berättar en historia (She Who Tells a Story) and Reynier Leyva Novo / El polvo, la sangre, el sueño común.  The artists introduce their respective exhibitions.

National videoscreening part 2. Umeå
2013-02-26 18:30-20:00 

National video screening part 2. Umeå
Umeå Academy of Fine Arts and Valand Academy Fine Art present a selection of art videos by students at Umeå Academy of Fine Arts.
In collaboration with Rörelsen and Umeå Academy of Fine Arts, Umeå University
 

PROGRAMME

1. Vi har ju vårt konstnärskap, Fabian Wigren
2. The history of safari, Anna Johansson
3. Shabo 1, Jaqueline Shabo
4. Veagalváldin, Lisa Vipola
5. Ritualen, Lisa Vipola

Paus

1. To be honest, Alva Willemark
2. Hänga, Erika Stöckel
3. I'm not your ordinary babycake, Emelie Carlén och Astrid Kajsa Nylander
4. Nåjden, Lisa Vipola
5. My apartment, Jonas Westlund

Soviet Period Modernists in Latvia. From Thaw to Perestroika
2013-03-03 14:00-15:00 

Soviet Period Modernists in Latvia. From Thaw to Perestroika
Irēna Bužinska, Curator, Latvian National Museum of Art
Lecture language: English

Vi hade fel (We Were Wrong)
2013-03-14 16:00-17:00 

Vi hade fel (We Were Wrong)
Fashion photography from Paris 1967 by Carl-Johan de Geer
The artist and author Carl-Johan de Geer discusses his new book with the publisher Tomas Olsson.
In collaboration with Littfest - Umeå's international literature festival
and the University library at Umeå Arts Campus

The exhibition Årets svenska bilderbok is opening
2013-03-16 14:00-18:00 

The exhibition Årets svenska bilderbok (The Swedish picture book of the year) is opening

Video art programme
2013-03-19 18:30-20:00 

Video art programme. In collaboration with the University library at Umeå Arts Campus.

Art Criticism in Soviet Latvia
2013-03-24 14:00-15:00 

Art Criticism in Soviet Latvia. About western artistic trends in Soviet Latvian art criticism with a focus on theory, terminology and judgement. Stella Pelše, Senior Researcher, Institute of Art History, Latvian Academy of Art. Lecture language: English

The lecture focuses on the major shifts of reasoning in Soviet Latvia's art criticism over several decades, examining exhibition reviews as well as more general ideological statements; images of artworks are also presented to give an idea what the commentators were reflecting upon. Art criticism that was then supposedly "objective" and "scientific" was aimed to educate both artists and the public according to certain objectives set by the state; at the same time it can be interpreted as covertly dependent on the very subjective fluctuations of taste in the upper ranks of culture officials, approving certain elements from the past and present as "progressive" enough.

The doctrine of Socialist Realism officially established in the USSR in 1934 can be partly conceived as a continuation of the old European traditions of art-theoretical treatises - prescriptions as to what art should look like and what means should be used to achieve this aim.

In the 1940s and 1950s, such "backward" and "bourgeois" genres as landscape and still life were denounced as well as insufficient studies of nature and details; in the 1960s, critics praised the development of large figural works, but, for instance, "decorativeness" (a veiled term for the return of art's formal elements) was described as endangering its psychological power.

The profound changes in the processes of the 1970s (differentiation, flourishing individual styles, return of the "small" genres, trespassing the boundaries of fine arts) compelled critics to veil certain phenomena behind such locally coined vocabulary as "versions of design", "documentary image", "associative image", etc., reflecting the influence of some contemporaneous Western art trends and simultaneously dissociating from them.

Guided Tour: Sovjetisk mytologi i lettisk konst
2013-04-07 14:00-15:00 

Curator Sofia Johansson presents the exhibition Sovjetisk mytologi i lettisk konst (Soviet mythology in Latvian art)

Video art programme
2013-04-09 18:30-20:00 

In collaboration with the university library at Umeå Arts Campus a secection of artfilms are screened in Bildmuseets' autitorium, "flexhallen", this tuesday evening.

"Reported Missing" by Petra Lindholm,
"How to Civilize a Waterfall" by Hanna Ljungh,
"I TI" by Cristina Caprioli,
"Vit lycka" by Cristina Caprioli,
"Faces" by Liselotte Wajstedt,
"Three Poems by Spoon Jackson" by Michel Wenser,
"Dom där stolarna" by Daniel Westlund

The films are a selection from Umeå University Liberarys' collection of video art. Distributor: Filmform

Belly dance and a guided tour
2013-04-14 14:00-15:00 

Belly dance with the dance group Scheherazade. Curator Cecilia Andersson gives a guided tour of the exhibition Rawiya / Hon som berättar en historia (She Who Tells a Story).

Guided Tour: Sovjetisk mytologi i lettisk konst
2013-04-21 14:00-15:00 

Curator Brita Täljedal gives you a guide to the exhibition Sovjetisk mytologi i lettisk konst (Soviet mythology in Latvian art).

Guided Tour: Rawiyakollektivet / Hon som berättar en historia
2013-04-28 14:00-15:00 

Museum Director Katarina Pierre presents the exhibition Rawiya / Hon som berättar en historia (She Who Tells a Story)

Umeå Academy of Fine Arts Degree show is opening
2013-05-04 14:00-16:00 

Umeå Academy of Fine Arts Degree show is opening

Guided Tour: Umeå Academy of Fine Arts Degree show
2013-05-05 14:00-15:00 

Joakim Borda, curator, gives a guided tour of the Umeå Academy of Fine Arts Degree show

Guided Tour: Umeå Academy of Fine Arts Degree show
2013-05-07 18:30-19:30 

Students from Umeå Academy of Fine Arts present their exhibition

Meet video artist Peter Rose
2013-05-11 13:00-14:00 

Film screening of "The Man Who Could Not See far enough" (33 min, 1981) by film maker, video artist and art professor Peter Rose. Followed by discussion and time for questions moderated by David Moss, Artistic Director MADE festival.

In cooperation with the MADE Festival.

Guided Tour: Umeå Academy of Fine Arts Degree show
2013-05-12 14:00-15:00 

Students from Umeå Academy of Fine Arts present their exhibition

Felice Varini - Nine Arcs Dancing
2013-05-19 14:00-18:00 

The opening of Felice Varini - Nine Arcs Dancing. The artist is present.

Guided tour in Reynier Leyva Novo exhibition
2013-05-26 14:00-15:00 

Curator Cecilia Andersson gives a guided tour of the exhibition Reynier Leyva Novo / El polvo, la sangre, el sueño commún

Vernissage: Jacob Hashimoto / Superabundant Atmosphere och Agnès Varda
2013-06-02 14:00-18:00 

Opening of two exhibitions: Jacob Hashimoto / Superabundant Atmosphere and Agnès Varda

The exhibition Owl Project opens
2013-08-25 14:00-18:00 

Owl Project is based in Manchester, England and consists of Simon Blackmore, Antony Hall and Steve Symons. Drawing on influences such as woodworking, hobby style electronics and open source software to create music-making machines, Owl Project take a craft-based approach to designing their own interfaces and objects.

Guided Tour of the exhibition Comics of the North
2013-09-03 18:30-19:30 

Curator Lisa Lundström will guide you through the exhibition Comics of the North

The Cultural Market on Pilgatan
2013-09-14 11:00-18:00 

The Cultural Market on Pilgatan, a collaboration between Bokcafé Pilgatan, Kreativ Kollektiv, Verkligheten, ABF (the Workers' Educational Association) and Bildmuseet. 

Cartoons - A History
2013-09-24 18:30-20:00 

Jonas Lidström Isegrim, comics artist. In collaboration with Folkuniversitetet

Theatrical Fields / Conference part 1
2013-09-28 10:30-16:00 

A whole day of lectures from exhibiting artists, curator and art theorist. Conference language: English

Admission is free, but pre-booking necessary.
Please send your booking via e-mail to: info@bildmuseet.umu.se.

In collaboration with the Umeå Academy of Fine Arts and Department of Culture and Media Studies / Art History at Umeå University.

Programme 28 September, 2013
10:30
Welcome
Katarina Pierre, Director Bildmuseet

10:40 - 11:00
Introduction 'Theatrical Fields'
Ute Meta Bauer, Curator

11:00 - 12:00
Theatricality and the undoing, from the stage to immersion
Michael Newman, professor at Goldsmiths, University of London

12:00 - 13:00
Lunch break

13:00 - 13:45
Artists Judith Barry and Stan Douglas in conversation with Ute Meta Bauer

13:45 - 14:15
Coffee break

14:15 - 15:00
Artists Constanze Ruhm and Isaac Julien in conversation with Ute Meta Bauer

15:15 - 16:00
Roundtable and Q+A

Vernissage: Theatrical Fields
2013-09-29 14:00-18:00 

The exhibition Theatrical Fields opens

A comics artists meeting
2013-10-01 18:30-20:00 

A comics artists meeting. Meet other people that share your passion for comics.

Guided Tour of the exhibition Theatrical Fields
2013-10-06 14:00-15:00 

Museum Director Katarina Pierre gives a guided tour of the Theatrical Fields exhibition

The Swedish comics miracle
2013-10-08 18:30-20:00 

The Swedish comics miracle. Mats Jonsson, comics artist and editor of Galago. In collaboration with Folkuniversitetet. Language: Swedish.

Current artworks and artistry
2013-10-22 18:30-20:00 

Jennie Fahlström, Project Manager of Sveriges Allmänna Konstförening (Swedish Association for Art)

Performance by Joan Jonas
2013-10-25 19:00-21:00 

Joan Jonas is a pioneer within video art and performance. She often creates her works based on literary references and preferably in cross-boundary collaborations with other artists.

As part of the public programme for the exhibition Theatrical Fields, Joan Jonas will perform the piece Reanimation with live music by jazz pianist Jason Moran. Based on the novel Under the Glacier by the Icelandic Nobel prize awarded author Halldór Laxness, Reanimation plays with ideas of collages and animation.

The piece is presented by Bildmuseet in collaboration with Umeå Jazz Festival. It will be performed during the festival, on Friday October 25. 

Please note, Joan Jonas is also featured in a soloshow at Kulturhuset Stadsteatern, Stockholm, from October 11, 2013 until January 26, 2014. 

Theatrical Fields / Conference part 2
2013-10-26 13:00-16:45 

An event in conjunction with the exhibition Theatrical Fields. Lectures and presentations by exhibiting artist Joan Jonas and scholar Mieke Bal. Conference language: English
Admission is free, but pre-booking necessary. Please send your booking via e-mail to: info@bildmuseet.umu.se.


SATURDAY 26 OCTOBER

13:00 - 13:15
Welcome, Katarina Pierre, Director Bildmuseet

13:15 - 14:15
Reanimation: The Process - How to Begin
Lecture by artist Joan Jonas (And do not miss her performance the night before)

14:15 - 14:45
Coffee break

14:45 - 16:15
Inside the Critical Vision Machine. A lecture by Mieke Bal, Professor of Theory of Literature and Founding Director of the Amsterdam School for Cultural Analysis (ASCA), University of Amsterdam. With film excerpts from A Long History of Madness (2011), directed by Mieke Bal and Michelle Williams Gamaker.

16:15 - 16:45
Time for questions and conversation

In collaboration with the Umeå Academy of Fine Arts and Department of Culture and Media Studies / Art History at Umeå University.

Film: Stilleben(Still Life) by Marie Louise Ekman
2013-11-03 14:00-16:00 

Marie-Louise Ekman
Stilleben , 1985
Single screen, colour, sound, 110 min. Swedish. No subtitles.
Film distribution by Hinden/Länna-Ateljéerna AB

The film is set in and around the terrace of a summer villa during one day. The main characters are a little girl, her mother, father, uncle and nanny, and a neighbour who is in love with the girl. The dialogue alternates between child and adult language, artificial and informal language. The costumes and makeup place the story in the 18th Century and the theatricality of the situation suggests we are watching a play at the theatre, but the story takes a quick turn, which alters the viewer's understanding of the story.

Film: Freak Orlando av Ulrike Ottinger
2013-11-05 18:30-20:00 

Film: Freak Orlando by Ulrike Ottinger. 
Film screening with introduction by Ulrike Ottinger.

Ulrike Ottinger
Freak Orlando, 1985
Single screen, 35 mm, colour, sound, 126 min.
German with English subtitles.
Coproduction with Pia Frankenberg GmbH ZDF, Mainz.

Ulrike Ottinger's talent for staging extravagant tableaux and celebrating the subversively grotesque defines her celebrated take on Virginia Woolf's novel Orlando. Orlando, the human being who could not only change sex but who lived through centuries, was thereby empowered to undergo all experiences humanly or socially possible, experiences which, within the confines of being man or woman and living for a circumscribed space of time, can only be absorbed as fantasies and dreams. The protagonist constantly transforming herself among the changes wrought by the centuries allows, in her own person, certain constant factors and similarities in our history to become visible. Orlando conveys the story of the outsider, the lone wolf, the freak and also the experience of the minorities outlawed by society in any given period of time. Freak Orlando explores the various ways in which socio-cultural and sexual norms have been demarcated, policed and transgressed. 

Animated film.
2013-11-10 14:00-14:45 

Video art in the Flex Hall: Animated film. In collaboration with the University library.

Murmurs of Earth (7:15) by Lars Arrhenius & Johannes Muntzing, Oh, I am so Happy (3:07) by Cecilia Lundqvist, Chase (2:24) by J Tobias Anderson, Forest (4:30) by Christine Ödlund, Domestic (4:08) av Ellika Sjöstrand, Al ladro (1:26) by J Tobias Anderson, We could have helped (1:57) by Cecilia Lundqvist, Granar och tallar(5:09) by Lars Hedelin och Djup skog (4:26) by Johan Svensson.

Animated film.
2013-11-17 14:00-14:45 

Video art in the Flex Hall: Animated film. In collaboration with the University library.

Told you so (2:15) by Cecilia Lundqvist, A small Part of the World (2:53) by J Tobias Anderson, Antenna (0:46) by Gustav Sparr, Making Pancakes (4:30) by Cecilia Lundqvist, …nästan som en i familjen (9:15) by Astrid Göransson, Copy (1:42) by Gustav Sparr, 5´15 (5:15) by Ann Rosén, The Vanishing Point (2:40) by J Tobias Anderson, Eple (3:36) by Thomas Hilland och Twosome (4:00) by Mette Hansen 

Film: Johanna d'Arc of Mongolia by Ulrike Ottinger
2013-11-19 18:30-20:00

In connection with the exhibition Theatrical Fields

Vernissage: Stéphane Couturier / Melting Point
2013-11-24 14:00-18:00 

Stéphane Couturier / Melting Point opens. The artist will take part.

Since the early 1990's, Stéphane Couturier has photographed buildings in large cities. He sees the city as an unstable and dynamically architectural landscape, a living organism entangled in endless root systems, that constantly seem to escape humans' desire to control and plan.

The exhibition at Bildmuseet presents works from his latest series Melting Point including photographs from Chandigarh, Brasilia, Barcelona and Havana. Through a painstaking procedure, two negatives of two moments in time have been digitally fused together to form a single image. The results give an illusion of wholly new and fantastic architectonic bodies and volumes.

Stéphane Couturier (born 1957) lives and works in Paris. His work has been shown at the International Center of Photography in New York, Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris, Tinglado 2 in
Tarragona, Spain and the Ursula Blickle Foundation in Kraichtal, Germany, among others.

Film: She Might Belong to You
2013-12-03 18:30-20:00 

Film: She Might Belong to You by Eran Schaerf and Eva Mayer.
Introduction by the artists. 

Eva Meyer and Eran Schaerf
She Might Belong to You, 2007
Single screen, colour, sound. 37 min.
Sound: Peter Steckroth. German with English subtitles.
Courtesy of the artists

Produced for Sculpture Projects Muenster, She Might Belong to You uses films of different genres and from different times that play out in or against backdrops of Münster, a female memory activist puts together an ambivalent cinematic memory of the city. Marked by three women from three films - Inge Deitert in Alle Jahre wieder (1967, directed by Ulrich Schamoni), Käthe Brahms in Desperate Journey (1942, directed by Raoul Walsh), and Luise Gumprich in Zwischen Hoffen und Bangen (2003, directed by Markus Schröder and based on private footage from 1937-1939) - she activates a memory that is neither psychological nor collective. A film unravels that precariously connects inside and outside, before and after, and one's own and that of others. This kind of belonging is the constructive element of a continuing story that recharges the present.

Film screening with introduction by the artists. 

Guided Tour
2013-12-08 14:00-15:00 

Curator Cecilia Andersson gives a guided tour of the Stéphane Couturier exhibition / Melting Point