Artists and Projects

project

Fittja Open 2012

year

2012

about the project

Fittja Open 2012 – Harvest!
22 September – 20 October
Various locations in Fittja

What happens when a group of artists’ collectives ask a greater audience to influence a joint art project? When discarded furniture become new design elements and maybe even a new art venue.

Fittja Open 2012 is the second act of a project putting together Botkyrka konsthall’s and Residence Botkyrka’s long-term commitment to sustainable change in urban development. The project consists of:

Act I: Planet Blue – a green exhibition starts in fundamental research on society and environment. The exhibition at Botkyrka konsthall presents inspiring material and works being at the same time architecture and art, stories and questions, functional and alternative urban planning . Until October 21, 2012 in Botkyrka konsthall.

Act II: Fittja Open 2012 is the studio program Residence Botkyrka challenging what art in public space can be. Until October 21, 2012 in Fittja.

Curators: Po Hagström, Katrin Behdjou Söderlund, Joanna Sandell

participants

Artists and architects: Julia Adzuki, Katja Aglert, Parasto Backman, Lisa Jeannin & Rolf Schuurmans, Kultivator, The New Beauty Council & Tillväxt, OPENrestaurant, Marjetica Potrč & Konsthögskolan i Hamburg (HFBK): Bernhard Niklaas Karger, Till Richter, Nuriye Elizabeth Tohermes, William Schwartz, Julia Anna Suwalski, Johanna Padge, Mai Shirato och Kungliga Konsthögskolan i Stockholm: Ami Kohara, Venus Sabetkar, Anna Kinbom, Carola Grahn & Fittja Hemliga Kvinnosällskap, Samantha Louise Michel, Amanda Newall & Anette Felleson, Antonio Scarponi, SymbioLab, Behzad Khosravi, Kalle Hamm & Dzamil Kamanger, Isabel Löfgren, Minna Henriksson & Sezgin Boynik, Gabi Jimenéz, Marita Muukkonen, Ivor Stodolsky, Junior residence

Arkitekturmuseets Projektrum presents Eva Frappicini, curated by Elisa Tosoni.

Producer: Anneli Bäckman

Curator programme and pedagogy: Miriam Andersson Blecher

documentation

collaboration and support

The programme has received funding for the residency from the Nordic-Baltic Mobility Programme for Culture.

Kungl. konsthögskolan / Royal Inst. of Art, HFBK Hamburg, Arkitekturmuseet, Verdandi, Mångkulturellt centrum och Botkyrkabyggen.

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