Artists-in-Residence Cristina David (RO), Robertas Narkus (LT) & Victoria Brannstrom (DE) will talk about selected works and current projects at Skaftfell, 3rd floor.
Both David and Narkus are participating in international projects that Skaftfell is a part of. David is in the project Artists as Agents of Institutional Exchange and Narkus in Climbing Invisible Structures. Brannstrom is stayed for September and October with a grant from the Nordic Culture Point. Next weekend she will open the exhibition Herna in the Bookshop-projectspace as a part of the Autumn festival.
All welcome! Coffee and tee will be served.
About the artists
Cristina David is a contemporary artist based in Bucharest. Cristina studied at the Faculty of Mathematics and at the National Art University of Bucharest, in Romania. In 2007 she received an MA in Fine Arts at the Art Academy in Bergen, Norway. Her art works were exhibit in galleries and museums from around the world, among which some of the relevant exhibitions venues and contemporary art events are: the Contemporary Art Museum of Bucharest, Video Art Biennial (Tel- Aviv), Shedhalle (Zurich), Kunsthalle Leipzig, Montehermoso Art Space (Vitoria- Spain), Futura Gallery (Prague), Manifesta8- Contemporary Art Biennial (Spain), The Performance Art Institute (PAI) (San Francisco), Kiasma, Museum of Contemporary Art of Finland (Helsinki), Rotor gallery (Graz), Motorhalle (Dreseden).
Robertas Narkus describes his practice as the management of circumstance in the economy of coincidence. He brings together the ordinary and the absurd to explore notions of chance economics, hypothetical experiences and symbolic capital. He brings together the ordinary and the absurd to explore notions of chance economics, hypothetical experiences and symbolic capital.
In her work Victoria Brannstrom problematises gender, conventions and status and work mainly with subjects around woman’s traditional craftwork. By social interactions and performance she investigate situations and norms. She also works with nature, as an inspiration, material and arena.