“24 Spaces – A Cacophony” at Malmö Konsthall

September 8th, 2013


Kling & Bang, Reykjavik

Artists: Petter Ballo, Federico Domínguez Zacur, Aurora Passero, Helge Røed, Julie Damkjaer, Malte Fisker,Ester Fleckner, Katrine Würtz Hansen, Sisse Holmberg, Sofie Holten, Thomas Hyttel, Johanne Lasgaard, Birgitte Martinsen, Mette Nisgaard, Camilla Reyman, Louise Rosendal, Farid Salti, Adrien Tirtiaux, Hannes Zebedin, Daria Melnikova, Armands Zelčs, Hekla Dögg Jónsdóttir, Ásdis Sif Gunnarsdóttir, Sirra Sigrún Sigurðardóttir, Lisbeth Bank, Bank og Rau, Peter Bonnén, Jacob Borges, Jesper Carlsen, Morten Espersen, Rosa Marie Frang, Kęstutis Grigaliūnas, Gudrun Hasle, Ulrik Heltoft, Jonn Herschend, Anni Holm, Heidi Hove, Sarrita Hunn, Søren Hüttel, Andrea Huyoff, Morten Jacobsen, Stine Marie Jacobsen, Cecilia de Jong, Lehman Brothers, Simon Lindhardt, Ann Lislegaard, Christian de Lutz, Tine Oksbjerg, Lea Porsager, Carina Randløv, Sonja Rendtorff, Line Sandvad Mengers, Masar Sohail, Dan Stockholm, Birgitte Støvring, Lars Tygesen, Anders Visti, Kristian Vodder Svensson, Kristoffer Ørum, Tomas Chaffe, Hannah Gordon Toresjö, Bettina Hvidevold Hystad, Frida Klingberg, Lina Kruopyte, Silvana Lagos, Carl-Oskar Linné, Miss Anti Moral af D´Story, Simon Torssell Lerin, Ruben Wätte, Andreas Albrectsen, Una Margrét Árnadóttir, Daniel Askeland, Jóhan Martin Christiansen, Tiril Hasselknippe, Marika Markström, Maria Norrman, David Nilson, Mads Aarøe, Agne Bagdziunaite, Norbert Costin, Louise Dahl Lindvall, Mira Eklund, Sofia Ekström, Anton Elfving, Clara Gesang-Gottowt, Simon Gorm Andersen, Carola Grahn, Isak Hall, Nils Johansson, Anna Kinbom, Joakim Lager, Anna Lidbjörk, Simeon Maspeth, Samantha Louise Michel, Karl Norin, Gustav Samrelius, Victoria Skogsberg, Paola Torren Núñez del Prado, Felix Vasques Aguilera, Alex Wireen, Donna Huanca, Yingmei Duan, Kjetil Berge, Siri Borge , Victor Boullet, Tora Dalseng, Serina Erfjord, Karima Furuseth, Marte Johnslien, Saman Kamyab , Jon Eirik Kopperud, Ida Kristiansen, Chris Marker, Daria Melnikova, Anders Nordby, Nichlas Perry & Erik Pirolt, Louis Scherfig, Magnus Vatvedt & Christian Tony Norum, Felix Werbowy, Armands Zelčs, Munan Øvrelid, Lutz Bacher, Lake Boundaries, Luke Fowler, Leif Holmstrand, Lili Reynaud-Dewar, Lewis Ronald, Pist Protta, Diego Bruno, Mikko Kuorinki, Antti Leppänen, Maija Timonen,Olli Keränen,Karri Kuoppala, Kalle Leino, Maija Luutonen, Muriel Lässer, Konsta Ojala, Sauli Sirviö, Timo Vaittinen, Laura Wesamaa, Konstantinas Bogdanas Jr., Rūtenė Merkliopaitė, Bjarki Bragason, Deirdre M. Donoghue, Gunndís Ýr Finnbogadóttir, Charles Gaines, Hans Rosenström, Steinar Haga Kristensen, Tidens Krav, Simon Damkjær, Anna Frost, Hannah Heilmann, Honza Hoeck, John Holten, Uffe Isolotto, Christian Jeppsson, Jacob Jessen, Rasmus Høj Mygind, Sandra Vaka Olsen, Pind, James Bell, Rebecca Gordon-Nesbitt, Johanna Gustavsson, Thomas Leyland-Collins,  Sogol Mabadi, Mother Tongue,  Fay Nicolson,  Lisa Nyberg, Jens Strandberg, Josefin Bergman, Arngrímur Borgþórsson, Gabriel Bohm Calles, Jenny Carlsson, Kristoffer Grip, Andreas Knag-Danielsen, Caroline Ljuus, Elvine Lund, Anna Neander, Tommy Persson, Stina Persson, Julia Selin, Linus Svensson, Marte Edvarda Tidslevold, Fredrika Anderson, Nils Elvebakk Skalegård, Snövit Hedstierna, Kim Johansson, Jan Marius Kiøsterud, Gustav Lejelind, Tomas Lundgren, Niklas Persson, Miriam Thorpe, Mikael Vesavouri, Fredrik Åkum, Karl Larsson, Fredrik Værslev

Venue: Malmö Konsthall

Exhibition Title: 24 Spaces – A Cacophony

Date: May 4 – August 18, 2013

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NoPlace, Oslo

Tidens Krav, Oslo

1857, Oslo

Full gallery of images, press release and link available after the jump.

Images:

Images courtesy of Malmö Konsthall. Photos by Helene Toresdotter.

Press Release:

Malmö Konsthall wants to use the exhibition 24 Spaces to present a number of non-commercial artist- or curator-driven activities. This is an attempt to use the Nordic region as a starting point to examine various alternative exhibition spaces. We have also invited Sweden’s four post-secondary art education institutions plus the Konstfack University College of Arts, Crafts and Design in Stockholm and The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen to participate in order to showcase the diversity of their styles, their similarities and differences. We intend to highlight all the diverse artistic forms of expression which are currently being created or exhibited in the Nordic region and our geographic vicinity.

The 24 Spaces exhibition literally creates spaces for non-commercial activities. For the exhibition, Malmö Konsthall has been divided into 24 spaces of 80 square metres each. One of the spaces will be in the park adjacent to Malmö Konsthall.

Participants have been able to decide themselves how their allocated space will be used and how many people will exhibit there. Some participants might choose to present one artist, others, several different ones. Some spaces will feature the same exhibition throughout this time period, whilst others maybe present a series of artists and a therefore changing exhibition over time.

There is a clear interest in global collaboration and an awareness of its importance, and we hope that the various contributions to 24 Spaces will promote discussion and dialogue.

Participating spaces:
1857 (NO)
The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts (DK)
Index – The Swedish Contemporary Art Foundation (SE)
kim? Contemporary Art Centre (LV)
Kling & Bang gallery (IS)
Koh-i-noor (DK)
Konstfack University College of Arts, Crafts and Design, Stockholm (SE)
Malmö Art Academy (SE)
The Royal Institute of Art, Stockholm (SE)
Lilith Performance Studio (SE)
NoPlace (NO)
OEI (SE)
PARENT (SE/IS)
Pist Protta (DK)
Ruler (FI)
SIC (FI)
The Gardens (LT)
The Living Art Museum (IS)
Tidens Krav (NO)
Tove’s Gallery (DK)
Transmission Gallery (GB)
The Umeå Academy of Fine Arts (SE)
Valand Academy, Gothenburg (SE)
VI, VII (NO)

Link: “24 Spaces – A Cacophony” at Malmö Konsthall 

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