Post Tagged with: "Frontiers in Retreat"

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Edge Effects

Skaftfell summer exhibition in 2017, Edge Effects, is the second of seven exhibitions opening in the multipolar exhibition series witin the international collaboration project Frontiers in Retreat. Three artists, Kati Gausmann, Ráðhildur Ingadóttir and Richard Skelton were invited for an artistic residency in Seyðisfjörður, East Iceland to explore the intersection of visual art and ecological issues. The artists travelled twice to the location, staying for a total of three months each. Icelandic nature quickly captivated the newcomers but within a short time frame each artists had multiple threads to explore, ranging from past to future, humans to non-humans, consciousness to […]

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in progress

Current Artists-in-Residence Kati Gausmann, Ráðhildur Ingadóttir and Richard Skelton conclude their stay with a presentation of works in progress in the Bookshop-projecspace Sunday June 26 from 12.00-18.00. The artists first stayed at Seyðisfjörður in September 2014 for one month and simultaneously launched their participation in Frontiers in Retreat. They have now stayed for the second residency period, May-June 2016. Kati Gausmann: Frottage on the mountain about 102 m above sea level, from the series ‘dancing dough and circumstances’, 2014, photo of work. Kati Gausmann is a sculptor living and working in Berlin. Her work is concerned with movement, rhythm, and action as form-generating processes. […]

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