Distant Matter on Museum Night

Distant Matter
Katrín Agnes Klar & Lukas Kindermann
19.01.18 – 11.03.18
Curator Becky Forsythe

The Living Art Museum welcomes you to a guided tour with curator Becky Forsythe through the exhibition Distant Matter / Katrín Agnes Klar and Lukas Kindermann, Friday February 2nd at 8:00pm in The Marshall House.

The tour will take place in English and is open to all.

Distant matter brings together works by Katrín Agnes Klar (b.1985) and Lukas Kindermann (b.1984) for the first time to this extent at The Living Art Museum. By disconnecting and re-orientating impressions of matter through individual works, the exhibition takes transmitted information, 3D replicas from space, popsicle-coloured screensaver gradients and poster horizons as a means to ask basic questions of everyday representations and leap out into the orderly system of the cosmos.

Museum Night takes place 2. February 2018 and is Winter Lights Festival’s most popular event. Museums across the capital area open their doors and entertain their guests with happenings such as dance, theatre, lectures, live music, film, literature readings and much more free of charge. All museums are open from 18.00-23.00.

Museum Night is part of Winter lights festival Reykjavík