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The main exhibition hall of Malmö Konsthall is closed for installation.
The bookstore, the minor exhibition hall C-salen and the restaurant
are open: Mon–Fri 11 a.m.–3 p.m. and Sat–Sun 11 a.m.–5 p.m.


Welcome to the opening of
Rita Ackermann – The Aesthetic of Disappearance
Friday October 21, 6 p.m–9 p.m.



LEILA ALAOUI
Crossings
25.9–16.10 2016

C-salen

Crossings explores the experience of migrants who embark on the perilous journey to reach the elusive shores of Europe. The three-screen video installation focuses on the collective trauma provoked by the embodied experience of crossing boundaries and becoming a fragile community in a new habitat. While exploring the experiential textures of psychological and physical transition, the installation also gestures towards the concept of Europe as a problematic utopia in the African imagination.

Leila Alaoui captures already in No Pasara, a project commissioned by the European Union in 2008, the lives of young people, who dream of a better future on the other side of the Mediterranean.
Part of MAFF – Malmö Arab Film Festival (30.9–5.10 2016).
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JAMES WEBB
There’s No Place Called Home
19.9 – 2.10 2016


If you listen carefully you will hear birdsong in the tree – a song that should not be heard here. The sounds are recorded in one country and broadcast from hidden loudspeakers in another. They merge with the local sounds and are difficult to distinguish.

The work is included in the exhibition Malmös leende (Malmö’s smile), a group exhibition produced by Public Art Agency Sweden and implemented in cooperation with the City of Malmö.
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