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Morten Søndergaard

Morten Søndergaard

Wednesday 23 November 2005
6pm

 

Henrik Andersson

Henrik Andersson

11 November–18 December 2005
Opening Friday 11 November 7-9pm

In November and December Signal is pleased to present an exhibition with the Stockholm-based artist Henrik Andersson. During this period there will be a number of evening events in parallel with the exhibition. Signal’s exhibition… »

Perpetual Memory

Perpetual Memory

Esther Shalev-Gerz
Thursday 27 October 2005
8pm

Based in Paris, Esther Shalev-Gerz is internationally recognised for her seminal contributions to the field of art in the public realm and her consistent investigation into the nature of democracy, cultural memory and the politics of… »

Rudi Laermans

Rudi Laermans

Tuesday 25 October 2005
7pm

 

The Archive

The Archive

Matthew Buckingham
Tuesday 18 October 2005
7pm

Matthew Buckingham is an artist living in New York and Berlin. Utilizing photography, film, video, audio, writing and drawing, his work questions the role that social memory plays in contemporary life. Buckingham examines dynamic connections between… »

Move Your Past

Move Your Past

Katarina Elvén, Kentaro Hiroki, Sofie Josefsson, Emma Kay, Johan Thurfjell

16 September–30 October 2005
Opening Friday 16 September 7-9pm

Move Your Past challenges us to reformulate and redefine our history/histories but it also reflects on the fact that this is precisely what we are… »

While Waiting. Malmö-Manchester / Melbourne-Montevideo

While Waiting. Malmö-Manchester / Melbourne-Montevideo

Nikos Papastergiadis and Carlos Capelan
Thursday 19 May 2005
7pm

 

Strange. Familiar. Places.

Strange. Familiar. Places.

Mats Adelman, Deborah Ligorio

23 April–5 June 2005
Opening Friday 23 April 7-9pm

Signal is pleased to present Mats Adelman, Malmö and Deborah Ligorio, Berlin/Milan, with the exhibition Strange. Familiar. Places.

The title of the exhibition alludes to the strange sensation that one can… »

Natasa Petresin

Natasa Petresin

Monday 7 March 2005
7pm

Natasa Petresin, curator based in Ljubljana, Slovenia, will talk about her practice in relation to the art scene in Slovenia and her experience from working with the experimental and activist art group Zavod Projekt Atol. Natasa Petresin was also… »

Mörklagd 1+2

Mörklagd 1+2

Beata Fransson, Saskia Holmkvist, Simo Rouhiainen

12 February–20 March 2005
Opening Friday 12 February 7-9pm