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A Malmö Trilogy: Shepherdess and Other Exilic Vernaculars

A Malmö Trilogy: Shepherdess and Other Exilic Vernaculars

Sara Lindeborg, Selma Sjöstedt, Angelica Falkeling

21 November–13 December 2020
& 14 January–14 February 2021
Opening Saturday 21 November noon-4pm

One single scene is told from a number of different perspectives. We recognise this approach from the world of cinema, theatre, literature, but what if… »

A Malmö Trilogy: To Splice

A Malmö Trilogy: To Splice

Angelica Falkeling, Sara Lindeborg, Selma Sjöstedt

18 September–8 November 2020
Opening Friday 18 September 7-9pm

One single scene is told from a number of different perspectives. We recognise this approach from the world of cinema, theatre, literature, but what if we were to present an… »

A Malmö Trilogy: Armaturer

A Malmö Trilogy: Armaturer

Selma Sjöstedt, Angelica Falkeling, Sara Lindeborg

14 March–14 June 2020

One single scene is told from a number of different perspectives. We recognise this approach from the world of cinema, theatre, literature, but what if we were to present an exhibition this way?

Three artists… »

Our friend, Valerie Solanas

Our friend, Valerie Solanas

Ellen Cantor, Chiara Fumai, Pauline Oliveros, Carole Roussopoulos & Delphine Seyrig

20 September–15 December 2019
Opening Friday 20 September 7-9pm

Dear Valerie,

This exhibition is dedicated to you. We like to think of it as a group of ideal friends, supportive colleagues, and brilliant… »

Dark Spring

Dark Spring

Johanna Arvidsson

8 March–19 May 2019
Opening Friday 8 March 7-9pm

Botticelli’s La Primavera could be described as a sort of spring sonata. A composition in three acts starting off to the right of the painting with Zephyrus, the biting wind of March, depicted… »

Don’t Trust Anyone Over 30

Don’t Trust Anyone Over 30

A puppet opera by Dan Graham
29 November–16 December 2018

Premiere Thursday 29 November
Doors open 7pm with bar & music
Screening starts 7.30pm

Welcome to the last chapter of our season of presents where we celebrate our 20th birthday by asking… »

The Invisible Hands

The Invisible Hands

A film by Marina Gioti
co-directed by Georges Salameh
With: Alan Bishop, Aya Hemeda, Cherif El Masri, and Adham Zidan

8–25 November 2018
Premiere Thursday 8 November
Doors open 6.30pm with bar & music
Screening starts 7pm

Welcome to the… »

Love comes first

Love comes first

Akram Al Halabi, Tova Berglund, Lukaza Branfman-Verissimo, Mattias Eliasson, Stina Malmqvist, Anni Puolakka & Jaakko Pallasvuo

Performative events: Jens August Lindqvist Cooking Ensemble, Lisa Busby, Natalia Rebelo & Jin Mustafa

14 September–4 November 2018
Opening Friday 14 September 6pm-late

Celebrating your birthday is not an… »

Digital Distress - Consumed by Infinity

Digital Distress – Consumed by Infinity

Kah Bee Chow, Andreas Kurtsson, Alexandra Lerman, Adriana Ramić

8 December 2017–25 March 2018
Opening Friday 8 December 7-9pm

This could be an example of AI generated concrete poetry, or how digitalization appears in the augmented reality of our everyday lives. The interface between… »

today, tomorrow

today, tomorrow

Hardy Strid

16 September–26 November 2017
Opening Saturday 16 September 6-9pm

Not so long ago, in a country far up in the northern parts of Europe, a kung fu master wrote down two Chinese characters on a piece of paper. He then translated them… »