Rydh/ Sörenon are proud to announce that our exhibition”Float” is captured on film by the talented videographer Joshua Thomas, JayNW productions!
”Float” is a collaboration between Laboratory Artists-in-Residence Daniel Rydh and Anna Sörenson and Saranac artist Kurt Madison. The exhibition is on display at Saranac Art Projects, Spokane, WA, USA, during the month of April, 2016.
Here are Daniel Rydh and I out exploring Spokane and our delightful surroundings. We will be artist and residents at Laboratory until the end of the month. It’s wonderful to be out in a new area and experiment with new work. We created a new piece in our series ”Environmental Ephemerals” on Mount Spokane, this one called ”Pink Shift, Mount Spokane”. We are proud to announce that we’ll be on local radio on Thursday, and this weekend we are going to Seattle!
We invite you to come this April to the Saranc Art Projects to play with light, shadow, and color, as Laboratory artists-in-residence Anna Sörenson and Daniel Rydh partner with member Kurt Madison to create an immersive installation showering our space with a jubilant spectrum of reflections and refractions. An interactive piece, we encourage you to come and work with the piece and the artists, and explore how light and color can envelop, attack, and shape a space.
We are currently in Laboratory residency in Spokane, WA working on new pieces for our upcoming show together with local artist Kurt Madison. Spokane is a beautiful city and Alan Chatham, director of the program has introduced us to many great artists and cultural profiles. We hope that as many as possible can make it to our show at the Saranac Art Projects opening Friday, Aril 1st.
During December 2015 and January 2016 I was a part of the exhibition ”Blomma,” a in house exhibition curated by Carolina Hindsjö, showing art by the staff at Moderna Museet in Stockholm. The exhibitions theme was flowers and the work I showed was a series I call ”Frön i världen” (Seeds in the World.)
Daniel Rydh and I have been working with our collage series ”Little Lights and Landmarks” and here is the latest work in the series. We are now taking off to the US, for some much needed vacation, inspiration and artistic practice!
Daniel Rydh and I are happy to present new works in our series ”Little Lights and Landmarks.” We have now created our largest collage, 136 x 127 cm, and we sure hope there will be more in the future. We also have a small scale series ”Landmark Notes,” in the handy A4 format.
Soon it is time for us to go traveling; to New York and Spokane, Washington! First upcoming show will be at Saranac Art Projects, April 1st, Spokane, followed by New York in early May.
Little Lights and Land Marks is collage series made by the artist duo Rydh / Sörenson. As an artist group we work with installation indoor and temporary installations outdoors. Our three-dimensional work inspired us to work on paper, exploring light, color and composition together. We titled them Little Lights and Land Marks inspired by our light installations and our temporary works in nature. All the works are watercolor on paper.
We are wishing you a Happy New Year by sharing some installation shots from our exhibition at Ten Weyngaert in Brussels, Belgium. We had a great year 2015 and looking forward to 2016: our residency and exhibition at Laboratory in Spokane, Washington, a group show in New York with Opus Project Space and many more surprises. We hope to see you in 2016!
Rydh/Sörenson are pleased to announce some new pieces; Object of Desire, Transparent Solidarity, Dichroic Ripple and the ongoing project with Environmental Ephemerals. Have a look at our portfolio under the tab Rydh/Sörenson.
We are also happy to announce that we will be artists in residence at Bains Connective in Brussels in November, 2015, and will have an exhibition at Ten Weyngaert the 27 and 28 of November in Brussels, Belgium.
In spring 2016 we will be artists in residence at Laboratory Spokane in Washington State, USA. We will exhibit there as well, date yet to be announced!