Along with fellow MA students, I will be giving 5 min. Artist Talks about work in the exhibition, The World Belongs to Everyone, Not Only A Chosen Few. This is also the last day to view the exhibition. Rumors of soup to be had following.
December 13th The Living Art Museum (Nýló) will open at 1:00pm and Artist Talks begin @ 4:00pm.
The World Belongs to Everyone, Not Only a Chosen Few is a group exhibition of 1st year MA students at The Iceland Academy of the Arts.This exhibition is the result of a collaborative project between the Living Art Museum (NÝLÓ) and the MA Fine Art Programme at the Iceland Academy of the Arts. The aim was to confront to some extent the local characteristics of the Living Art Museum in Breiðholt. To get a sense for a periphery that is bountiful in multiple ways. If not by looking into social or cultural particularities of this place, or to enquire the remarkable museum collection, than at least to test the vibrations from these old bakery walls against one’s artistic identity.
Artists: Aimee Odum, Ásgrímur Þórhallsson, Florence So-Yue, Giampaolo Algieri, Ingunn Fjóla Ingþórsdóttir, Jens Michael Muhlhoff, Mia Van Veen, Myrra Leifsdóttir og Ragna Fróðadóttir. The exhibition workshop was led by artists Ingólfur Arnarsson and Elín Hansdóttir.
Free entrance.The Living Art Museum is located in Völvufell 13-21, Breiðholt. Facebook event can be found here: https://www.facebook.com/events/973405672732595/