November 18, 2020 - Lunds konsthall - Dormant Quantity
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November 18, 2020

Lunds konsthall

Kalle Brolin, In the Magig Mountain, 2020. Video installation.

Dormant Quantity
November 28, 2020–February 21, 2021

Lunds konsthall
Mårtenstorget 3
SE-22351 Lund
Sweden

T +46 46 35 52 95
lundskonsthall@lund.se

www.lundskonsthall.se
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Dave Hullfish Bailey, Kalle Brolin, Andreas Johansson, Caroline Mårtensson, Åsa Norberg & Jennie Sundén

Dormant Quantity presents a series of explorations of various spatial and temporal narratives highlighting local concerns. The exhibition’s participating artists have all based their works on subjects that are connected to the geographical region of Scania in southern Sweden.

The current state of affairs that is presented by the exhibition is rooted in historical and global frameworks. However, the ties made between here and there, and past and present, are not uncontested–rather, they represent attempts to understand the present from a set of political, social, and material vantage points that can be highly variable–at times even contradictory.

The title of the exhibition is a reference to the fact that the shown works establish links between events and sites that might seem rather unexpected at first glance. Further, each participating artist highlights the particular aspects that allow these connections to be drawn at this particular moment in time. In other words, what they are doing is activating a cluster of nodes within a historical and geographical network that have been dormant until now.

 

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