PROJECTS | PROJEKT

Eng:
Since 2008 I have programmed and organised self initiated platforms that take different forms. It has emerged as Film/Video, Sound/performance in Pubs, Galleries and Art Fairs (XRAY), Residencies/ collaborations and exhibitions. It is a form of artistic research, connecting activities as an artist, writer and curator.

Svenska:
Sedan 2008 har jag ägnat tid till att bredda och utforska länkar mellan konstnärskap, skribent, workshops och curator aktiviteter. Dessa projekt är en förlängning av mitt egna konstnärskap som tittar på dimensioner och definitioner av samhällets struktur och begränsningar. Projekten tar olika uttryck genom Film / Video, Ljud / Performance på pubar, gallerier, konstmässor och utställningar.

Below are examples from S T r U c t U R A l O B J e c T - houseproject,
5months (NO MEANING), Acute Melancholia , XRAY & Mango Melody

Xray (formerly at the Perseverance) started in 2008 and finished in 2011.

It was an experimental and at the same time focussed project that wanted to explore and lift artistic practises that was working with non-commercial methods through film/moving image, sound, spoken word and performance. It operated as a relay system which allowed different artists to take the role of organising an event of their choice.

This nomadic project was supported by The Perseverance Pub in Hackney where it started. Over the 2,5 years the project participated with events through Shortwave cinema in Bermondsey, London, Vitrine Gallery, London, The Frieze arts fair / Resonance FM (2010), Galleri54, Gothenburg, Sweden, Supermarket Artfair, Stockholm Sweden (2010).

XRAY showed over 200 artists amongst Carlos Amorales, Deej Fabyc, Josephine Wood, Dean Brannagan, Kit Poulson, Brian Fuata, Coco Fusco, Jill Magid, Laure Prouvost, Lucy Pawlak, Jonathan Trayner, Peter Eccher, Johanna Gustafsson Fürst, Todd McMillan, Martin Westwood, Oreet Ashery, Charlesworth, Lewandowski & Mann, Rehana Zaman, Nic Vass, Natasha Rees, Ian Vail, Conor Kelly, James Alec Hardy, Julika Gittner, Shelly Nadashi and many many more.

Below is a link to a write up in the Guardian Newspaper 2009

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