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PRESSURE │ IMPRINT
30.9 28.1 2018
In the autumn exhibition, Malmö Konsthall show works by three artists from different generations, who have all employed graphic and technological printing processes within an experimental and expanded field. Using various materials, and analogue as well as digital creative processes, Charlotte Johannesson, Ruth Wolf-Rehfeldt, and Ester Fleckner have found expressions for their own characteristic, and intensely personal, imageries.
Works by Johannesson (born in Sweden in 1943, living in Skanör), Wolf-Rehfeldt (born in Germany in 1932, living in Berlin), and Fleckner (born in Denmark in 1983, living in Berlin) are shown in three separate exhibitions with a shared title. These presentations have been compiled to emphasise their shared willingness to experiment with technique and material, their agile and informed work with ideas, which is in constant development, and the attention theyve all paid to the political realities of their respective times.
SIRI EKKER SVENDSEN All the whisperings of the world
21.10 26.11 2017
Taking her own Brazil nut allergy as a starting point, Norwegian artist Siri Ekker Svendsen has explored the vulnerabilities of both nature and the human race through the medium of photography. This project has taken her to the rainforest of the Madre de Dios region of Peru. The rainforest is often regarded as archetypal of chaos, but it is actually a finely calibrated system in which each organism plays its own vital role. Chaos is often associated with danger, but danger can also possess a certain allure.
The exhibition was produced with the support of OCA and Bästa Biennalen!
Part of Bästa Biennalen 2017.