Clustering Illusions through Uncommon Patterns
Göteborgs Konsthall continues its long-running collaborative relationship with HDK-Valand’s MFA Fine Art programme in 2021 focusing on students due to graduate this June.
This year the MFA Fine Arts programme – with its focus on questions of publicness and the role of the artist in society – will present an expanded publication made of physical and digital components. The pandemic has required an innovative approach to the making public of the artistic enquiries of the MFA students, with art work being shared around the city at various sites, as well as online, and through a physical publication.
This expanded project will begin online with a public opening on the 24th of April, and runs until the 16th of May, at which date a physical publication will be launched. Ten students will take part marking the endpoint of their 2-year MFA studies, bringing together diverse works and enquiries, ranging from studies of gender and cyber identity to folk culture and multilingualism.
Link to project page where you can see more of the projects from the 24 of april.
Tha opening will be on Zoom, find the link in the event on facebook.
Clara Aldén, Tristan Bridge, Marijn Dijkmeijer, Johan Engqvist, Susanne Fagerlund, Lisa Englesson Hallberg, Jamie Hudson, Peter Nylund, Layla van der Oord and Emma Åvall.