My Lindh and Anne-Marie Söhrman Fermelin were moderating a talk between artist Beth Laurin and filmmaker Ida Lindgren at Filmhuset. The talk, called the Process Pod (Processpodden), focused on the artistic process and was arranged by Transit Stockholm and Filmbasen in collaboration with STOCKmotion Film Festival.
Nordic Panoramas, Landscape No.1 is shown at the gallery Make it Marseille in Marseille, France. Other participating artists: Curver, Ragnheiður Sigurðardóttir Bjarnarsson and Snæbjörn Brynjarsson, who form the collective Rebel Rebel, Malin Petterson Öberg and Stéphanie Solinas.
”Nordic Panoramas, Landscape No.1” is shown in connection to the Icelandic Film Days 3-5/6 – 2016 at Zita, Stockholm.
Film programme, Saturday 4 of June at 18.00
Air d’Islande Productions:
– La dette de l’âme / The debt of the Soul by Stephanie Solinas (FR), 15min
– Nordic Panoramas, Landscape No 1. by My Lindh (SE), 5min
– Journal of Earth Sciences by Malin Petterson Öberg (SE), 10min
– Experience Septentrionale by Gurwann Tran Van Gie, 60 min
”The Clay Is Moving” is a combined outdoor and indoor exhibition in Gränby, Uppsala. The photo series ”Postcards from Gränby” by My Lindh is shown, and the video ”The oak and the milk wagon” which is a collaboration between My Lindh and David Andrén. Curator: Anna Ehn, Uppsala kommun
Opening: 3/5 16.00 with inauguration speeches by Sten Bernhardsson and Peter Gustavsson followed by an artist talk with My Lindh and David Andrén in a conversation with curator Anna Ehn.
Place: The temporary gallery in Gränby Centrum, south entrance
Read review in UNT by Sebastian Johans
The public art work Time to Stay by My Lindh in Solberga, Stockholm is inaugurated with a collective planting of oak plants as part of the work. Commissioners: Konstnärscentrum Öst and Stockholm Konst. Art consultant: Birgitta Silfverhielm.
Book release Archive of Visions and Actions — Contemporary Art from Sweden, Moderna Muséet Bar, 12/2-2016
Moderna Muséet Bar
February 12 2016, 3.30-7.30 p.m.
My Lindh is represented in Archive of Visions and Actions — Contemporary Art from Sweden. The book is part of the world archive Imago Mundi, which is a world wide art project with books from 80 countries. Archive of Visions and Actions is the biggest contemporary overview of Swedish art with 2013 art works by 227 artists. The book is sold in the Moderna Muséet book shop. The Swedish book contains essays by art critic Dan Jönsson, curator Paula von Seth and the project initiator Luciano Benetton.
4 p.m. The book is presented by editor in chief Paula von Seth
4.30 p.m. Some of the participating artists tell about the works they have made uniquely for the archive.
The co-editor Jacob Kimwall will play music from his project ”Design or Vandalism?”
The book release is arranged by Paula von Seth.
Nordic Panoramas, Landscape No.1 is part of the VideoGUD (Gävleborg, Uppsala, Dalarna) screening programme, shown at 18 stations placed in public institutions. Other participating artists are Conny Karlsson Lundgren, Sarah Choo Jing, Mandana Moghaddam and Eri Kassel. Curated by Erik Anderman.
Workshop with ArtAgent and Refraction Association and invited guests about the manifestation of the city and different ways and approaches in Participatory Art practices. The project is supported by the Swedish Institute.
Lecture at DOCH, the School of Dance and Circus, Stockholm – Sweden’s highest seat of learning and research in the art of dance and circus.