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Open Studios, Autumn 2010

Time: September 24 and 25, 2010
Place: Iaspis, Konstnärsnämnden, Maria Skolgata 83
Welcome to the autumn’s Open House with eighteen artists and curators, all residents, past and present, of Iaspis. Guest producer: Mats Stjernstedt, curator and artistic director of Index, Stockholm.


Friday September 24, from 3 pm  
3:30 pm Introduction by Mats Stjernstedt, guest producer, Cecilia Widenheim, Iaspis director with the current artists in residence.  Project manager Jonatan Habib Engqvist introduces Renata Lucas project for Open House                            
4:30 pm Mats Stjernstedt, interviews with Ulrika Gomm and Moa Krestesen
6:00 pm Performance, Death is Certain with Eva Meyer Keller
7:00 pm Conversation with Mary Kelly, S.O.J. and Cecilia Widenheim
7:30 pm Release of publication Bilaga with Lina Persson and Lisa Torell
9:00 pm Filmscreening, Barbara Hammer and party at Brofästet, under Liljeholmsbron. Johanna Billing, Allen Grubesic, Rozalb de Mura, Pia Sandström and Andreas Berthling bring their favourite music!  

Saturday September 25, 12 - 5 pm

12:30 pm Presentation of Job Ramos by Marti Manen, curator at the Cervantes Cultural Institute
1:00 pm On Documentary and Fiction – conversation and screenings with Deimantas Narkevicius, Stefanos Tsivopoulos, Aurelia Mihai, Lina Persson and Mats Stjernstedt      
4:00 pm Performance, Death is Certain with Eva Meyer Keller, resident of the International Dance Programme

Renata Lucas shares the Brazilian night and Lina Persson explores tantalum, beryll, petalite and columbite. Bisi Silva interviews herself while Daniela Castro writes a letter from the future. Michele Masucci shows his film studio, Stefanos Tsivopoulos visited Västertorp and sat in Mao’s lap, and Aurelia Mihai traces the myth of the city of Bucharest in a film about a not-yet-existing film. Ann-Sofi Sidén takes us behind the scenes of the Royal Dramatic Theatre (Dramaten), and Sisters of Jam give us a glimpse of their journey to Kate Millett’s farm, among other things. And those who visit Brofästet in the evening can watch a film by queer-feminist pioneer Barbara Hammer - and then the party begins.

Daniela Castro (São Paolo), Ulrika Gomm (Norberg), Barbara Hammer (New York), Mary Kelly (Los Angeles), Daniel Knorr (Berlin),  Moa Krestesen & Mikaela Krestesen (Umeå), Christina Linden (San Francisco), Renata Lucas (São Paolo), Michele Masucci in collaboration with Steven Cuzner, Cesar Tafoya, Anja Lisa Rutka (Stockholm), Aurelia Mihai (Hamburg), Deimantas Narkevičius (Vilnius), Lina Persson (Gothenburg), Job Ramos (Olot), Ann-Sofi Sidén/Paul Giangrossi/Jonathan Bepler (Stockholm), Bisi Silva (Lagos), Stefanos Tsivopoulos (Amsterdam/Athens), Niko Vicario (Cambridge), Rozalb de Mura (Bucharest). Also participating Eva Meyer Keller (Berlin) has been invited by the International Dance Programme, the Swedish Arts Grants Committee’s International Dance Programme.

Graphic design: Andreas&Fredrika

For further information, please contact Iaspis project manager Jonatan Habib Engqvist, or +46 8 506 55094


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Job Ramos

Deimantas Narkevičius

Aurelia Mihai


Daniel Knorr

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