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2017-18 PROGRAMME 


Norrköping Konstmuseum

Performing Labour
Opens April 7
April 7 - Aug 21, 2018

Galleri F15 and Momentum

Performing Labour as part of Tendenser 2018, Moss, Norway
Opens March 24
March 24 - June 17, 2018


3-year artistic research project parallel to the decontamination of the toxic waste around Reijmyre Glasbruk

Participating artists: Harrie Liveart: Meri Linna & Saija Kassinen (FI), Mattias Hofvendahl (SE), Frida Hållander (SE), Maddie Leach (NZ), Hasti Radpour (SE/IR), Daniel Peltz (SE(US) & Kristoffer Tejlgaard (DK), Sissi Westerberg (SE)

Bureau of Irrational Affairs
an artist-led space for experiments in philosophical governance


Detox Public discussion
5 may 12.00
Introduction of the research-project and open discussion with the artists and invited experts

Detox Workshop
Two-day workshop on site-based practice
30 June - 1 July
Application open!

Detox Ensemble residencies
23 - 29 April, 2018
2-8 Juli, 2018

Research residency
2 - 29 Juli, 2018

Embedded installations
Opening 28 Juli, 2018 Harrie Liveart:Meri Linna & Sasija Kassinen (FI)
Opening 1 sept, 2018, Hasti Radpour
Opening 8 dec, 2018 Frida Hållander


Visiting artist
Visit by Danish arkitekt Kristoffer Tejlgaard 26 Feb - 2 Mach
Public Presentation in Finspång Feb 23, 2018

Embedded installations
Reijmyre Glasbruk 11 Feb – 3 Sept , 2017

Nordic/Baltic Studio for Continued Engagement 
Rural Resistance
Post-MFA-workshop for recent graduates from the
Nordic/Baltic Art Academies. 5-11 Aug

Launch of Performing Labour Product Line
Release of the Rejmyre Product Catalogue: an artistic research on and through labour, disseminated in the form of a product catalogue on the factory workers' break table. The catalogue is presented together with the products produced through the artist guest-worker programme.
29 April - 3 Sept

Download PDF of catalogue

Performing Labour is a long-term project in the Reijmyre Glasbruk, engaging with artist and industrial craft labour as platforms for reconsidering the role and status of the contemporary labouring body

Reconstituting Rurality

Seminar on Public Art and the Rural
hosted in collaboration with Nida Art Colony
7-10 May, Nida Art Colony, Lithuania