Rydh/Sörenson are proud to invite you to our exhibition, opening September 23st, 6pm, at the Nordic House in Tórshavn, Faroe Islands . We will present our new temporary outdoor sculpture ”Mushroom Tree”, 2017 and our new films “Environmental Ephemerals” and “We Have Been Expecting You” will be screened during the exhibition period of September 21st to November 5th.
Independent Art Book Fair (IABF) has announced the 2nd Annual Independent Art Book Fair. IABF will return to Greenpoint Terminal Warehouse in Brooklyn the weekend of Friday, September 22 through Sunday 24, 2017. IABF has designed an AP (Artist Project) Program. The AP is designed to allow individual artist s show their unique or edited artwork in a special or designated area in the venue as an installation. Rydh /Sörenson are happy to announce that we will be featured in the AP Program!
“We’re thrilled to share that IABF is back! We started IABF because we recognized a need for a smaller, more community-minded book fair that creates a more intimate, curated experience for exhibitors and visitors,” said Karen Schaupeter, IABF founder. “We were overjoyed by the response we received last year and can’t wait to see everyone again.”
This year’s fair will have 50+ exhibitors from 15 cities, including 25 first-time exhibitors
Rydh/Sörenson are proud to invite you to our upcoming exhibition, opening the 21 September at the Nordic House in Tórshavn, The Faroe Islands. We will present a new temporary outdoor sculpture and our new films will be screened during the exhibition period, 22 September -5 November.
The first film, “Environmental Ephemerals” is recorded in Tjörnuvik, at the Faroe Islands depicting our temporary installations in motion, moving through the Faroe Islands landscape.
The second film, “We Have Been Expecting You”, is a techno-opera short. The music and lyrics guides the viewer through a mystical place in the forest and the creatures that inhabits it, their intrigues and aspirations.
We will also release our new book Environmental Ephemerals. Environmental Ephemerals are site-specific installations centered on nature and architecture. The catalog shows you a body of work created in different parts of the world; Stockholm, Sweden, Brussels, Belgium, Spokane, WA, USA and at the Faroe Islands.
The book Environmental Ephemerals is edited have a forward by independent curator Nicole Smith, essay by freelance writer Lia Forslund and was given graphic form by Johan Fermin. The book is generously founded by Stiftelsen Längmanska kulturfonden.
We look forward to see you at The Nordic House!
Book lunch and film screens for Stockholm are scheduled for early October.
We are also proud to announce our upcoming artist residency at RUCKA, in Cesis, Lativa during October- November. There was remarkable interest in the residency programme for 2017 and the residency center received over 250 proposals from all over the world. After a meticulous evaluation process, the Selection Committee chose 6 artists who have received scholarships funded by the Nordic-Baltic Mobility Programme.
Now you can read my article ”Creating a Shift of Perception: Rydh/Sörenson on Olafur Eliasson” in Chevet Magazine. I also present how Daniel Rydh and I created ”Light Reflecting”, a new fabric sculpture that glows in certain light. Enjoy!
I am so happy to be invited with my performance piece ”Your Application is Pending” to Angakoq III, a performance festival, 18 March – 19 March 2017, at SIC in Helsinki. SIC is a space for contemporary arts in Helsinki and the performance festival will be in there second venue at Tyynenmerenkatu 6 C, 3rd floor, 00220 Helsinki.
Hosted by Maalarikissat (Linda and Aura)
La | Sat 18.3.2017, 18:00
Pive Toivonen ja Outi Korhonen
Antti Ahonen ja Siiri Nevalainen
Totaalisen ilmaisunvapauden laitos
Su | Sun 19.3.2017, 16:00
Mai Sööt (EE)
Ramina Habibollah ja Ionas Laine
Anna Sörenson (SE)
Kansallisromantikot Piispanen & Jaakkola
We are happy to share this wonderful review of ‘Apocalypse’ by Cultbytes Annabel Keenan. Thank you for your kind words!
We now have our exhibition ‘Apocalypse’ open at Ed Varie, Los Angeles, running through February 5th. Visiting address is 4516 N. Eagle Rock Blvd, LA, CA, 90041. Gallery hours will be some weekends and also by appointment. For any additional information please contact the gallery, firstname.lastname@example.org.
As an artist duo we create all the work together. Sometimes like a piano duo playing the same instrument at the same time, and sometimes assembling a suggestion for the other to revise, adjust or redo. The process is full of surprises and joy, resulting in a final state that we agree upon, and where we glue the image down. We call our method post-digital painting because even though the individual pieces are painted our composition process look much more how an artist would work in Photoshop; changing out a background, move an entire composition around and creating new layers. We are not only inspired by the digital as a method of working but it also inspires us visually; mixing video game aesthetics with glitches, abstract geometrical forms, pixel thin lines and high saturated colors.
We are pleased to present Apocalypse, an exhibition at Ed Varie, Los Angeles. Opening reception for Apocalypse, will be held Saturday January 14th, 6-9pm at the Los Angeles Ed. Varie location, 4516 1/2 N. Eagle Rock Blvd, LA, CA, one block north of York Blvd.