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Iaspis Open House spring 2015

Kah Bee Chow

Date: Friday 20 March. NB: One day only!
Time: 1 pm - 11 pm.
Place: The Arts Grants Committee.
Address: Maria skolgata 83, Stockholm
Welcome to Iaspis Open House! The focus is on the artistic process of the Visual and Applied Artists who are in residence right now. This residency period for the first time the majority of the grant holders in Stockholm are active in the area of applied art, and their practice emphasize the interdisciplinary and interesting development today. On the occasion of the Venice Biennale, there will also be panel discussions with Swedish and international artists who are invited to the exhibition.

Grant holders:
Danai Anesiadou, Athens/Brussels (GR/BE)
Johan Bergström Hyldahl, Stockholm (SE)
Matilda Haritz Svenson, Leksand (SE)
Erika Kristofersson Bredberg, Stockholm (SE)
Alex Mirutziu, Sibiu (RO)
Anuj Sharma, Ahmedabad (IN)
studio nāv, Carl Fransson/Thomas Paltiel, Stockholm (SE)
Phoebe Boswell, London (UK)
Julia Calver, London (UK)
Tania Bruguera, New York/Havana (US/CU). Postponed.

Discussion partners:
Meriç Algün Ringborg, visual artist, Stockholm
Petra Bauer, visual artist, Stockholm
Cabello/Carceller (Helena Cabello and Ana Carceller), visual artists, Madrid
Ulrika Elovsson, textile designer, Tokyo and Paris
Johanna Gustafsson Fürst, visual artist, Stockholm
Carsten Höller, visual artist and director Andquestionmark, Stockholm
Camilla Larsson, curator Bonniers Konsthall, Stockholm
Marti Manen, curator and critic, Stockholm
Fredrik Nielsen, visual artist, Stockholm
Theodor Ringborg, curator and critic, Stockholm
Jelena Rundqvist, visual artist and curator, Stockholm
Emma Stenström, associate professor and center director for the Research Center for Arts, Business & Culture (ABC) at Stockholm School of Economics, Stockholm
Olav Westphalen, visual artist and professor in Fine Art, Royal Institute of Art, Stockholm

FRIDAY 20 MARCH 1.00–11.00 PM
1.15 pm Introduction by Johan Pousette, director, the Iaspis programme
Open Studio Talks (20 min)
1.30 pm Olav Westphalen in conversation with Alex Mirutziu, studio 1
2.00 pm Camilla Larsson in conversation with studio nāv, Carl Fransson/Thomas Paltiel, studio 6
3.00 pm Jelena Rundqvist in conversation with Matilda Haritz Svenson, studio 5
3.30 pm Ulrika Elovsson in conversation with Anuj Sharma, studio 1
6.00 pm Emma Stenström in conversation with Johan Bergström Hyldahl, ateljé 9
6.30 pm Fredrik Nielsen in conversation with Erika Kristofersson Bredberg
9.00-9.45 pm Theodor Ringborg/Danai Anesiadou 45 min, studio 4
Tania Bruguera: #YoTambienExijo, studio 3

Panel discussions
5.00 pm All the World’s Futures
Okwui Enwezor has invited Petra Bauer, Carsten Höller, Runo Lagomarsino and Meriç Algün Ringborg to take part in the main exhibition at the Venice Biennale, supported by the Swedish Arts Grants Committee. A conversation that departs from the artists and their artistic practice in relation to the issues that Enwezor raises regarding how art relates to both our contemporary world and to the history.
Moderator: Johan Pousette
Place: studio 7
Language: English

7.30 pm The Subjects
Cabello/Carceller (Helena Cabello and Ana Carceller) will be presented at the Spanish Pavilion in la Biennale di Venezia 2015 toghether with Francesc Ruiz, Pepo Salazar and Salvador Dalí. With Johanna Gustafsson Fürst they will talk about artistic processes where performativity is important, where the political meets the emotional and about how to produce art accepting complexity as a parameter.
Moderator: Marti Manen
Place: studio 7
Language: English

Walk in, walk out
2 pm - Ongoing Anuj Sharma presents his Button Masala technique – a fast and flexible design to construct garments and products without any tools, cutting or sewing.

Graphic design: Rikard Heberling and Maryam Fanni

For further information, please contact Iaspis project coordinator, visual art, Lena Malm, or +46 8 506 550 94

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