Transposed Order – Open House Spring 2013
Time: Friday 15 March 2 – 6 pm and Saturday 16 March 2 – 10 pm
Place: Iaspis, Konstnärsnämnden, Maria skolgata 83, Stockholm
– atelier d’architecture autogérée (Doina Petrescu
Constantin Petcou, France)
et al. Sweden)
Fund, the Netherlands)
Babak Afrassiabi, the Netherlands),
Meriç Algün Ringborg
Cristi Borcan, Romania)
This spring’s Open House at Iaspis presents a group of artists, designers and architects who, in their widely differing practices, share an interest in transpositions and dislocations. Working in different artistic fields and coming from different cultural contexts, they nevertheless adopt a similar approach that questions the given and offers alternative methods and views. Their works are covering topics ranging from gender, post-colonial heritage, spatial and visual structures via language, sound and politics to city planning and the use of urban space. Several of the participants will present works produced exclusively for this occasion.
will include a sound performance by Hong-Kai Wang, and a site specific work by Meriç Algün Ringborg, in which she calculates the weight of the Iaspis studios. Magali Cunico will dislocate a painting from an installation in process and Carl Johan Högberg will present a new installation where the male body is the migrating focal point.
Programme Friday 15 March, 2 – 6 pm
2pm Welcome by
Lisa Rosendahl, Iaspis director (in the foyer)
Studio talks with guest producer
(in the foyer)
Carl Johan Högberg
4 – 5.30pm
Intersectional graphic design strategies
Film screening in
Pages’ studio 4 Friday and Saturday 2 – 6pm:
Satellite, as long as it is aiming at the sky
(2010). The film starts every 30 mins.
Programme Saturday 16 March, 2 – 10 pm
Studios open 2 – 6pm followed by Transpiration Party with Ful
2pm Studio talk.
Meriç Algün Ringborg
in conversation with
3 – 4pm
Thinking in Transposed Order – Cultural Production, Criticality and Creativity within shifting realities. Iaspis studio grant holders in conversation with
5pm Sound performance in the project room, followed by a short q&a:
The Broken Orchestra Live in Stockholm
(Swedish keyed fiddle),
6.30 – 10pm
. (Separate programme)
The latest issue of FUL Print:
unfolded, cut open and spread out.
For further information, please contact Iaspis project coordinator,
Jonatan Habib Engqvist