November 2, 2001 - Rooseum Center for Contemporary Art - Nothing
November 2, 2001


3 November – 16 December 2001

Gasverksgatan 22, PO Box 4097
203 12 Malm, Sweden


The new activities of Malms Center for Contemporary Art

Nothing presents the idea of nothing as a substantial artistic subject. In the midst of a flurry of debates about the mathematical history of zero, artists also have a history of exploring visual, playful and philosophical approaches to the void, invisibility, and absence.

Participating artists: Gaia Alessi, Art & Language, Fiona Banner, Robert Barry, Joseph Beuys, Pierre Bismuth, David Connearn, Geoff Cox, Matthew Crawley, Martin Creed, Angela de la Cruz, Tacita Dean, Barry Flannagan, Ceal Floyer, Peter Fraser, Margarita Gluzberg, Gilbert & George, Liam Gillick, Kristjn Gudmundsson, Graham Gussin, Hans Haake, Nancy Holt, Douglas Huebler, Dean Hughes, Alex Ingram, Yves Klein, Gerhard Lang, Jeremy Millar, Tatsuo Miyajima, Jonathan Monk, Gabriel Orozco, Victoria de Rijke, Hayley Skipper, Robert Smithson, Hiroshi Sugimoto, Slaven Tolj  Keith Tyson, Sophie Weeks, Lawrence Weiner, Andrew Weir, Ian Wilson, Keith Wilson and Carey Young.

Johan Svensson in the Project Room

Johan Svensson lives in Malm and graduated from the Art Academy here in 2000. Since then, he has shown a series of exhibitions in Scandinavia and was awarded a three month studio grant at Suomenlinna in Finland. His show at the Rooseum continues the policy of encouraging emerging artists to produce new, ambitious work for our project room.

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