September 15, 2017 - Marabouparken Konsthall - Mouth Shut, Loud Shouts / The Bridge Radio / Robel Temesgen: There's No Politics in Painting?
September 15, 2017

Marabouparken Konsthall

Arvid Sveen, Samisk frigjøring (Sami Liberation), 1972–81. Drawing, 46 x 64 cm. Courtesy the artist.

Mouth Shut, Loud Shouts
September 15–December 3, 2017

The Bridge Radio
Research Residency
September 15–December 3, 2017

Robel Temesgen
There's No Politics in Painting?
Marabouparken's BOX
September 27–December 3, 2017

Marabouparken Konsthall
Marabouparken Konsthall
Löfströmsvägen 8
SE-172 66 Sundbyberg
Sweden
Hours: Wednesday 12–8pm,
Thursday–Sunday 12–5pm

marabouparken.se
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Mouth Shut, Loud Shouts
September 15–December 3, 2017

The Bridge Radio
Research Residency
September 15–December 3, 2017

Robel Temesgen
There's No Politics in Painting?
Marabouparken's BOX
September 27–December 3, 2017

Marabouparken Konsthall
Marabouparken Konsthall
Löfströmsvägen 8
SE-172 66 Sundbyberg
Sweden
Hours: Wednesday 12–8pm,
Thursday–Sunday 12–5pm

marabouparken.se
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Mouth Shut, Loud Shouts

Fikret Atay / Paulo Bruscky / Tove Dreiman / Lucy Parker / belit sağ / Ritu Sarin & Tenzing Sonam / Arvid Sveen

In Mouth Shut, Loud Shouts' Reading Room: Index on Censorship; Practice Based Klinik Against Censorship with Johanna Gustavsson, Felice Hapetzeder, belit Sağ, Secil Yaylali; Siyah Bant
and more


Mouth Shut, Loud Shouts deals with questions of censorship and silencing deeply rooted in authoritarian and colonial regimes. The suppression of speech, information, language and image is expansive and operates in different ways across the globe. Works within the exhibition present how censoring can operate as a mode of marginalisation and delegitimisation. Whilst some work directly opposes forms of state censorship, other works deal with pervasive embodied codes of self censorship. Importantly, the exhibition looks to practices that transgress these modes of silencing and suppression, finding spaces, avenues and aesthetic forms that leak out voices to the world and ourselves.

Research Residency: The Bridge Radio
The Bridge Radio
is the third in a series of research residencies at Marabouparken Konsthall where we collaborate with projects and collectives to support their practice and the development of new work. The Bridge Radio is an independent community radio created by people with and without citizenship, who produce radio about migration, asylum and people’s movements. The radio strives to support self-organisation among people who live without citizenship and to create a wide group of reporters. While staying critical towards the dominant discourse on asylum and migration the Bridge Radio aims to share information around the current developments related to asylum and migration, striving to spread the stories of those who have experienced migration and their struggle for the freedom of movement. During the Autumn The Bridge Radio will be working on radio production workshops and a series of broadcasts from Marabouparken Konsthall.

Marabouparken’s BOX: Robel Temesgen
There’ s No Politics in Painting?
Opening September 27

Robel Temesgen will present his first solo exhibition in Sweden. Working in painting, installation and hand written newspapers and publications the exhibition presents work that mobilises different strategies to address the social, political and economic context in Ethiopia. Concerned in the construction of public space and the connection between gathering places of spiritual or cultural tradition and their potential as gathering places of political collectivity, Temesgen produces a new series of paintings reflecting on these significant locations.

Acts of Self Ruin
Acts of Self Ruin
 is a two year research programme at Marabouparken, exploring the struggle for collectivity and equality in an age of individualism. Through a range of activities including exhibitions, residencies and a public programme, we will explore acts in which communities and individuals have put themselves at personal risk, or social ruin in the pursuit of other ways of living, and in pursuit of equality and solidarity.

To find out more: www.marabouparken.se

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