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Rejmyre Art Lab's Centre for Peripheral studies is open to the public
Monday - Friday from 10am-4pm & Saturdats from 11am-3pm
Glasbruksvägen 42, 61014 Rejmyre, Sweden
All are welcome!

2017-18 PROGRAMME 


DeTox / Clean it up!
3-year artistic research project parallel to the decontamination of the toxic waste around Reijmyre Glasbruk

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


Detox Ensemble residency
Nordic and Baltic Artists 23 - 29 April, 2018

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

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

Performing Labour Part V
Arist-guest-worker-program, Reijmyre Glasbruk 20 – 30 July
Robyn Backen (AUS),  Sissi Westerberg (SE), 
Daniel Peltz (US/SE)

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

Nordic/Baltic Studio for Continued Engagement 
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

Reconstituting Rurality

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




Rejmyer Art Lab's programmes are made possible by generous support from: