PVC's sommerprogram 2019

PVC er stolte af at kunne præsentere  sommerprogrammet 2019:

Åbningstider ved udstillinger: 
Fernisering torsdag: 16.00 – 20.00        Fredag – søndag: 12.00 – 16.00     

Uge 30: Sara Lindberg og Katrine Østergaard
‘Stuen’
Katrine Østergaard og Sara Lindberg åbner op for ‘stuen’ den 23.-25. Juli.
Stuen er et forsøg på at bruge udstillingsrummet som et sted at mødes og deles. Møde nye eller allerede bekendte og dele samtaler, hummus, meninger og kaffe. Denne udveksling vil ydermere tage form af artist talks og oplæsninger, og alle er velkomne til at bidrage.

Uge 31: Nora Lune og Simon Lunar
prolog’
„In the exhibition Nora Lune and Simon Lunar present a video where two humans are dealing with a daily life which appears unfamiliar to us. Common objects become a techno- logy used to explore or to play, situations of discoveries appear on the screen and the lo- cations are similar to our time but, there is sort of a post-human atmosphere. The cha- racters are maybe already androids learning how to be human and live on earth. Are we in front of bodies learning technology or is the body itself to be a technology to be learnt? The artists do not give us any precise answer; we are facing situations where there is a new way of life emerging.“ 

Uge 32: Linda Karlsson
‘Water conduit head and foot’
Vågmönstret böljar kring foten.
Vattenledningen mynnar ut i ett avloppssystem som förgrenar sig under jorden.
Dekorerar början på ett system som leder dagvatten (regn, smältvatten) och spillvatten (mänskligt avfall) för rening och recirkulering till hav och sjö. Det böljande vågorna dekorerar också andra ting, en intilliggande husfasad, en logotyp, handdukar, en vas. Mönstret är mynningen på ett associationsflöde som undersöker genererande av form och tanke som medel för att skapa ett gemensamt narrativ kring plats, tillstånd, tid och funktion.

Linda Karlsson (f. 1992, Stockholm) utexaminerades från en Bachelor i Konst vid Fakultet for kunst, musikk og design vid Universitetet i Bergen, 2018. Hennes arbete fokuserar på skulptur, installation, text och video och behandlar tematiskt hittills historiska referenser med ett intresse för metaforiskt berättande från ett växlande macro/micro perspektiv och förhandlar med frågor kring funktion, perception och tvärvetenskaplig metodik.

Uge 33: Jona Borrut
’Voyage Around A Room’
Jona Borruts kunstneriske fokus kredser overvejende om de betingelser, der præger de sociale, emotionelle, metaforiske, imaginære, men også de fysiske og konkrete konstruktioner vi navigerer i, og som ligger indlejret i vores omgivelser. Borruts opmærksomhed er i øjeblikket primært centreret omkring det menneskelige habitat: den arkitektur som omslutter os- og som fungerer som en beholder af fysiske og mentale aflejringer, med særligt afsæt i det ordinære, det almindelige, det ubemærkelige- det som ingen ekstraordinær betydning har.
’Voyage Around A Room’ er en uge-lang installation hvor kunstneren, bogstaveligt talt, indtager PVCs udstillings-lokaler med sin undersøgelse af det tilstedeværende rum og giver mulighed for at beskueren kan tilgå udstillingen som en rejse igennem idé, lokalitets- og tidsmæssige ind- og overgange. Intentionen er at fremmane ideén om, og fremhæve trækkene i, omgivelser, objekter og flader, ved at iagttage, behandle og eksperimentere med ide- og formmæssige afmærkninger, der skal fungere som et delvist tidslig arkiv over et specifikt sted.

www.Jonaborrut.com 

Uge 34: Marta Galmozzi
Half awake, half asleep”

Marta Galmozzi (b.1991, Italy) expands the boundaries between photography and sculpture by questioning how an image communicates with its surroundings as a physical presence. Cut-outs of photographs are displaced from their original contexts and become site-specific installations.

The work of Marta Galmozzi ranges from photography to sculpture and includes experiments involving the use of the image. In her installations, often site-specific, the photographic image becomes a physical presence that plays with the space and its perception. Marta seeks to push the photographic medium out of its traditional borders, by experimenting with different ways of display or support. The need is to shorten the distance between the viewer and the artwork by showing the sculptural potential behind a photograph.
The core of her visual research evolves around the relationship between two opposites: reality/appearance, interior/exterior, familiar/unknown, 2D/3D.
It is an abstraction process which describes the human body as a realistic and often humorous metaphorical shape, expressing a more general condition of the human being. Her preferred subjects are people or elements from the daily life, displaced from their original contexts and caught into dream-like scenes. By combining them in a surrealist way, Marta questions the unexpected and the absurd.

www.martagalmozzi.it

Uge 35: Nina Adelajda
Workshop: Revolutionary Manoeuvres

Revolutionary Manoeuvres is a participatory performance workshop meant as a regimen to train the visitor for a revolution that seems inevitable in face of looming political and societal challenges. The set of mental and physical exercises, theory classes, dance and yoga sessions and other rituals is supposed to help the participator to collect strength and courage to create a new and fair order and will prepare him for the dramatic change in politics and society, institutions and mentalities.

For the duration of the manoeuvres the exhibit space will be transformed into a revolution laboratory and the result of the free discussion sessions will be documented on gallery walls. The activities will take place inside or outside of the gallery, taking over the public space and involving even more participants into the project, for example yoga classes can take place in the morning under open sky. All the events are aimed at general public, people of all ages and children are welcome.

www.nina-adelajda-olczak.com 

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