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PRESSVISNING / PRESS SHOW → 1 NOVEMBER  11.00

PRESSVISNING 1 NOV KL 11
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Delar av performance kommer visas, konstnärerna kommer vara på plats.

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Plats: Lilith Performance Studio,  Bragegatan 15 i Malmö

Press kontakt / Press Contact:
Petter Pettersson: 0768-112616
Elin Lundgren: 0735-847010

Performance 3-5, 10-12, 17-19 november 19.00-22.00
Plats: Lilith Performance Studio, Bragegatan 15, Malmö
Biljetter /tickets → Kulturcentralen

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  • KOMMANDE

    TVÅ PERFORMANCE AV TVÅ KONSTNÄRER

    ÉVA MAG
    ANNA-KARIN RASMUSSON
    16 FEB – 5 MARS, 2023


    Anna-Karin Rasmusson works mainly with video, performances and installations, in which painting plays an important role. Everyday tasks are repetitively performed in a scenography built like a collage of painted cardboard boxes and boards. Video works are often projected on top of each other, creating multifaceted layers of moving images. In her art, Rasmusson focuses on human interaction, both physical and emotional. The masked characters in her videos – played by herself – are involved in somewhat clumsy attempts to support, comfort and reach out to each other. In a broad sense, Rasmusson’s expressive and painterly imagery highlights complex feelings of inadequacy, disorientation and tenderness.Anna-Karin Rasmusson (b. 1983) is based in Stockholm and has an MFA from the Royal Institute of Art in Stockholm (2016). Her works are part of the collection at Moderna Museet and the Gothenburg Museum of Art, Malmö Konstmuseum and Public Art Agency Sweden. She is represented of Cecilia Hillström Gallery.
    Éva Mag received her artistic education at the Royal Institute of Art, Stockholm where she graduated in 2015. Mag works with narratives about the body, both the human and the sculptural. She is interested in the history of sculpture, impossible amorphous forms, strict formal modernist morphology as well as proportions and geometric balance. She is also concerned with social aspects of art, such as sculpture workshops and working with choreography and performance. In 2019 she staged the performance “Dead Matter Moves” for Performa 19 in New York. Mag was featured in her largest solo exhibition to date, ‘Det finns en plan för det här’, at Bonniers Konsthall in the spring of 2020, and parts from this expansive exhibition was shown at Galleri Riis in Oslo in the fall the same year. In september 2021, she presented ceramic sculptures in a pop-up exhibition with Galleri Riis at POMP Space in Stockholm and staged a new performance for “Disappearing Berlin”, produced by Schinkel Pavillion.

  • TWO PERFORMANCES BY TWO ARTIST
    ÉAV MAG

    Performance: FEBRUARY 16 – MARCH 5/span>
    Place: Lilith Performance Studio, Bragegatan 15, Malmö
    The audience is booked in different time slots to avoid a queue and is free to stay as long as they like until 10 pm. You need 45 min to see the performance in full. 

    Anna-Karin Rasmusson works mainly with video, performances and installations, in which painting plays an important role. Everyday tasks are repetitively performed in a scenography built like a collage of painted cardboard boxes and boards. Video works are often projected on top of each other, creating multifaceted layers of moving images. In her art, Rasmusson focuses on human interaction, both physical and emotional. The masked characters in her videos – played by herself – are involved in somewhat clumsy attempts to support, comfort and reach out to each other. In a broad sense, Rasmusson’s expressive and painterly imagery highlights complex feelings of inadequacy, disorientation and tenderness.Anna-Karin Rasmusson (b. 1983) is based in Stockholm and has an MFA from the Royal Institute of Art in Stockholm (2016). Her works are part of the collection at Moderna Museet and the Gothenburg Museum of Art, Malmö Konstmuseum and Public Art Agency Sweden. She is represented of Cecilia Hillström Gallery.

    Éva Mag received her artistic education at the Royal Institute of Art, Stockholm where she graduated in 2015. Mag works with narratives about the body, both the human and the sculptural. She is interested in the history of sculpture, impossible amorphous forms, strict formal modernist morphology as well as proportions and geometric balance. She is also concerned with social aspects of art, such as sculpture workshops and working with choreography and performance. In 2019 she staged the performance “Dead Matter Moves” for Performa 19 in New York. Mag was featured in her largest solo exhibition to date, ‘Det finns en plan för det här’, at Bonniers Konsthall in the spring of 2020, and parts from this expansive exhibition was shown at Galleri Riis in Oslo in the fall the same year. In september 2021, she presented ceramic sculptures in a pop-up exhibition with Galleri Riis at POMP Space in Stockholm and staged a new performance for “Disappearing Berlin”, produced by Schinkel Pavilion.

OMSORGEN – Anna- Karin Rasmusson 2020 Jag letar i ditt kök – Anna- Karin Rasmusson, 2019
Éva Mag Dead Matter Moves – Éva Mag for Performa 19  Photo:Paula Court

Éva Mag  Photo:Peter Holm

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