November 13, 2008 - Malmö Konsthall - Electrohype biennial 2008
November 13, 2008

Electrohype biennial 2008

Electrohype 2008
Electrohype present the fifth
biennial for computer based-
and technological art at Malmö Konsthall
November 15th 2008 –
January 25th 2009

S:t Johannesgatan 7
Box 17127
200 10 Malmö

Electrohype 2008 will present work by following artists:

Doug Back, Canada
Ralf Baecker, Germany
Kerstin Ergenzinger, Germany
Serina Erfjord, Norway
Jessica Field, Canada
Voldemars Johansons, Latvia
Diane Morin, Canada
Kristoffer Myskja, Norway
Erik Olofsen, Netherlands
Bill Vorn, Canada

The Electrohype biennial 2008 will introduce 14 artworks from 10 different artists, all presented in a 1200 square meter space at Malmö Konsthall.

For this years biennial we have chosen works that in a unique way are complex in their own small universes – and makes us think about what we often takes as given.

The biennial holds a common theme about time and ongoing processes. In the exhi-bition the viewer invites to experience works that are independent machines slowly working in a methodical way, alongside with objects and lights that are animated with, for example, motors and yet others controlled via mathematical rules. A number of the works shows on a change in our perception of time or of our physical existence.

Press meeting November 13th at 11.00 am
Opening Friday November 14th at 7-9 pm

More information:

Press pictures:

Contact person:
Anna Kindvall
Drottninggatan 6A
212 11 Malmö
Phone: +46 40- 18 26 90 or +46 708-94 57 27

Malmö Konsthall
S:t Johannesgatan 7
Box 17127
200 10 Malmö
040 34 12 93
Open every day 11-17, Wednesday 11-21.

Electrohype 2008 is supported by:
Malmö kulturnämnd, Region Skåne, Sparbanksstiftelsen Skåne, Malmö Konsthall,
Stiftelsen framtidens kultur, Embassy of Latvia in Stockholm, Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec, Nordic Council of Ministers’ Office in Latvia, The Canada Council for the Arts

NEXT EXHIBITION: Leopold Kessler 27 November 2008 – 11 January 2009

Press preview November 26 at 11 a.m.
Opening November 26 at 7-9 p.m.

Leopold Kessler works with public space,or to be more precise the border between public and private space. Kessler observes and examines societies and social struc-tures through interventions and recordings in urban spaces. Kessler intervenes as a blue-collar worker in the city’s infrastructure and looks at how people act in different social spaces.Sometimes Kessler repairs broken clocks, trims a tree or repaints a sign as a good citizen would do. At other times he does the opposite by turning off streetlights, making bullet holes in street signs, lifting waste bins to basketball height and setting clocks back. Most often these actions are documented and presented as videos or photographs.

At Malmö Konsthall Leopold Kessler will present both videos and photographs from 2005 to 2008. Furthermore, two installations will be installed in public spaces in Malmö and one work can be experienced at Lund Konsthall.

Leopold Kessler was born in Munich, Germany in 1976, lives and works in Vienna, Austria.

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