PSYCHOTRONICS

26 January - 6 Mars 2014

The Living Art Museum is pleased to announce the first exhibition of the year, Psychotronics by 

Bryndís Hrönn Ragnarsdóttir.

The exhibition displays a continuation of a process within the artist´s practice where she dwells on the border of the substantial world and the impenetrable, the imaginary and emotional. Her works Rhythm is a Dancer, from 2011 and Near Building from 2009 are prime examples of this line of approach.  

In Psychotronics Bryndís suggests two ways to approach the physical body. In one, the human being is dismantled from a circular point of view, by a selection of individuals, via drawing, only to be able to reassemble herself by means of a classical clay sculpture. In the other, the body reacts to the sound of music. The movements propel a variety of forms through the act of dancing – a composited action – much like the process of the sculpture. Additionally she emphasises the idea of influencing the senses beyond the visual by playing with the form of the sound diffuser. The title of the work, Psychotronics, refers to a term used in the 1970s and 1980s to describe a particular branch of parapsychology which supposes an energy or force to emanate from living organisms that affect matter, later used more generally to define unexplainable influences on feeling and experience.

 

More about the exhibition here 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

Sól / Sun 

Unndór Egill Jónsson 

Still from a video 

2013  

 

Dear members and collaborators,
A happy and prosperous

New Year! 
 
We wish you happiness and prosperity in the coming year and would like to thank all visitors and specially everyone who participated in the museum´s program in 2013.
 
Last year has been eventful for the Living Art Museum. Exhibitions and a variety of events were hosted and the museum received a considerable addition to its collection and archives. The archives have been subject to research projects, some of whose results will see the light of day in spring next year, and some in 2015. New additions to the collection can be reviewed 
here.
 
We look forward to welcoming you to our upcoming program in 2014, starting with a solo show by artist 
Bryndís Hrönn Ragnarsdóttir followed by Hreinn Friðfinnsson whose exhibition will be the last one in our current location at Skúlagata 28. The museum will move next summer. News regarding the new location is to be announced on a later date. Our New Year’s resolution is to relocate only once more in the current millennium.
 
Let’s dance! 
Finally you are all invited to our New Years Dance on January 1
st, from 8pm onwards! The entrance fee is the same as the annual membership, or 3500 ISK.
 
Best wishes from the board and staff,
 
Gunnhildur Hauksdóttir, Eva Ísleifsdóttir, Ragnheiður Gestsdóttir, Rakel McMahon, Margrét Áskelsdóttir and Þorgerður Ólafsdóttir.

 

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Welcome to BYOB or Bring Your Own Beamer

Nýlistasafnið 30.10.2013

5pm - 7pm  

 

BYOB (Bring Your Own Beamer) is an open source DIY curatorial format inniciated by Rafaël Rozendaal. These series of one-night-exhibitions hosting artists and their projectors have been spreading across the world rapidly.

 


Rafaël Rozendaal will be speaking at the You Are In Control conference for digital creatives taking place in Reykjavik 28.-30. of October. So we thought it would be perfect to have an open BYOB night in conjunction to the conference.

The event is held in collaboration between The Living Art Museum, The Icelandic Art Center and You Are In Control.

 

more information you can find here:  

http://youareincontrol.is/ 

 

 

 

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Embracing Impermanence

We came into this with a shovel in our hands

Curated by Þorgerður Ólafsdóttir & Eva Ísleifsdóttir

21.09.13. - 01.12.13

Opening on 21st of september 5pm 

You are warmly welcome to the opening of Embracing Impermanence - we came to this with a shovel in our hands and the launch of the publication Archive on the Run, Saturday 21st of September 5pm

The first round of the exhibition includes work by Ásta Ólafsdóttir, Geoffrey Hendricks, Gunndís Ýr Finnbogadóttir & Maja Bekan, Halldór Ásgeirsson, Haraldur Jónsson, Ívar Valgarðsson, Joseph Beuys, Kristján Guðmundsson, Níels Hafstein, Ólafur Lárusson, Rúna Þorkelsdóttir, Rúrí, Sigurður Guðmundsson, Sindri Leifsson, Unndór Egill Jónsson and Una Margrét Árnadóttir.

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Further information here

 

 

 

Mynd: Ívar Glói Gunnarsson 

TREE / Difficulty of Freedom / Freedom of Difficulty

12.09.2013 - 26.09.2013

Opening on the 12th of September at 18:00.

Artist talk on Saturday 14th September 4pm.

 

Hildigunnur Birgisdóttir (IS), Carin Ellberg (SE), Erla S. Haraldsdóttir (IS), Steingrímur Eyfjörd (IS), Helena Aðalsteinsdóttir (IS), Ívar Glói Gunnarsson (IS), Logi Leó Gunnarsson (IS), Brynjar Helgason (IS), André Talborn (SE), Ann Catrin Olsson (SE), Helena Öström (SE) and Stina Malmqvist (SE).

 

Further information here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6 TH VOLUME 3RD PUBLICATION

CULTURE NIGHT 

Please join us for readings & performances at the Living Art Museum

Culture night, Saturday August 24th at 17.00

Gunnhildur Hauksdóttir curator of the 6th Volume will lead a conversation for guests about the exhibition at 5pm. From 8pm and onwards scholars Ólafur Gíslason and J.B.K. Ransu will read from their works followed by performances by artists Sara Björnsdóttir and Rakel McMahon.

The readings and performances mark the closure of the 6th Volume. Visitors can now for the first time see the exhibition and publication in its final stages. The project has been in constant flux and development throughout out the three months exhibition period, the works and texts now form a whole which will from this point on not be broken up.

The whole stands as Katrín Inga's point of intersection of the current time. Should the work be sold, it would be as a whole, all profits turning into a base of a new fund, dedicated to art practice and theory. The fund’s mission would be to strengthen frameworks around creative practices and support various forms of projects in the arts. The hypothetical fund is Katrín’s declaration of the importance of a stronger framework around art as a profession.

The title of the exhibition refers to the five volumes of Icelandic art history recently published by the National Gallery, where of the 5th volume came under considerable criticism for its attempt to deal with the contemporary period. Problems of whom and what is given significance arose immediately.

The exhibition explores the boundaries between the author, curator, theorist and artist by expanding and tweaking ideas about these relationships. It looks at the overhead and inner structures of art practices in a sincere and humorous way and acts as an ode to some of the practitioners that have influenced her in one way or another. For Katrín, the constant theme throughout the exhibition is gratitude to artists, thinkers and educators. Dealing with questions of history, the 6th Volume poses questions about who writes work into art history, who builds the public collections and who influences or decides the future significance of cultural activity?

The editorial board of the publication, led by Gunnhildur Hauksdóttir and Katrín Inga, consists of Stephanie Bokenföhr, Björk Konráðsdóttir, Elín Hrund Þorgeirsdóttir and Gunndís Ýr Finnbogadóttir. Curating has been in the hands of Gunnhildur Hauksdóttir.

 

 

 


 

 

6TH VOLUME - MUSEUM DAY
EXHIBITION TALK
07.07.2013

Gunnhildur Hauksdóttir & Eva Ísleifsdottir will guide guests through the exhibition the 6th Volume by Katrín Inga Jónsdóttir Hjördísardóttir Hirt on Museum-day at 2pm. The talk will be in Icelandic.

The 6th Volume presents work and writings by individuals active within the practice and theory of visual art, chosen by Katrín in an attempt to define contemporary art, based on the Icelandic art practices that have influenced her. The goal is to construct an "exhibition of every Icelandic contemporary artist" and by doing so, reflect on the current political environment of art. Katrín has hand made several hundred sculptures in the form of a victory cup, which she calls Gratitude Sculptures. In a letter to invited participants she wrote to individuals she defines as "every Icelandic contemporary artists" consisting of artists, writers and thinkers involved in the field hoping to instigate an exchange; a work donated to Katrín for the exhibition in exchange for a Gratitude Sculpture.

More information about the project can be found here .

 

 


6TH VOLUME - 2nd part
08.06.2013

The second part of Katrín Inga Jónsdóttir Hjördísardóttir Hirt’s solo exhibition The 6th Volume opens on Saturday June the 8th at 17:00 at the Living Art Museum. This Saturday Katrín will continue with the award ceremony, presenting Gratitude Sculptures to artists and scholars of her choice. The second volume of the exhibition related publication will also be presented.

The 6th Volume presents work and writings by individuals active within the practice and theory of visual art, chosen by Katrín in an attempt to define contemporary art, based on the Icelandic art practices that have influenced her. The goal is to construct an "exhibition of every Icelandic contemporary artist" and by doing so, reflect on the current political environment of art. Katrín has hand made several hundred sculptures in the form of a victory cup, which she calls Gratitude Sculptures. In a letter to invited participants she wrote to individuals she defines as "every Icelandic contemporary artists" consisting of artists, writers and thinkers involved in the field hoping to instigate an exchange; a work donated to Katrín for the exhibition in exchange for a Gratitude Sculpture.

More information about the project can be found here .

 

 


6TH VOLUME - KATRÍN INGA JÓNSDÓTTIR HJÖRDÍSARDÓTTIR HIRT
18
.05.2013 - 25.08.2013

The Living Art museum is pleased to announce the solo exhibition of Katrín Inga Jónsdóttir Hjördísardóttir Hirt, The 6th Volume.

The 6th Volume presents work and writings by individuals active within the practice and theory of visual art, chosen by Katrín in an attempt to define contemporary art, based on the Icelandic art practices that have influenced her. The goal is to construct an "exhibition of every Icelandic contemporary artist" and by doing so, reflect on the current political environment of art. Katrín has hand made several hundred sculptures in the form of a victory cup, which she calls Gratitude Sculptures. In a letter to invited participants she wrote to individuals she defines as "every Icelandic contemporary artists" consisting of artists, writers and thinkers involved in the field hoping to instigate an exchange; a work donated to Katrín for the exhibition in exchange for a Gratitude Sculpture.

Katrín will perform an award ceremony on the opening day of the exhibition, 18th of May at 19:00, presenting artists and scholars with Gratitude Sculptures.

More information about the project can be found here .

Program for The 6th Volume:

Saturday 18 May
Opening, award ceremony and presentation of the first edition of the publication The 6th Volume.

Saturday 8 June
Presentation of the second edition of the publication The 6th Volume, the exhibition will be revised and may change.

Date announched later
Presentation of the final edition of the publication The 6th Volume, the exhibition will be revised and may change.

Date announched later
Guided tour of the exhibition and readings from The 6th Volume.

Saturday 24 Agust, Cultural Night
Event and finissage.

 



THE LIVING ART MUSEUM AT MALMÖ KONSTHALL
24 SPACES - A CACOPHONY
03
.05.2013 - 18.08.2013


The Living Art Museum (Nýló) presents work by Charles Gaines (US, 1944), Deirdre M Donoghue (IRE/FI 1971), Hans Rosenström (SE/FI 1979) and various members of the museum at 24 Spaces. The exhibition is a project in which former Malmö Konsthall director Jacob Fabricius has invited artist-run spaces and institutions in the Nordic region to take over the space of the Konsthall, dividing it into different 24 areas. The objective is to present an investigation into cultural production in the area, shedding a light on the importance of the role of unofficial institutions.


More information about the project can be found here .

 

 


POWER STRUGGLE BY OLGA KISSELEVA
02.05.2013

LornaLAB and the Living Art Museum, in collaboration with University of Iceland, will host the Olga Kisseleva’s performance Power Struggle on the 2nd of May at 8 pm at the Living Art Museum.

Olga Kisseleva’s approach to her work is much the same as a scientist’s. She questions social issues, formulates a hypothesis, carries out experiments and proposes solutions. The artist calls upon mathematics, genetic biology, geophysics, as well as political and social sciences, and supervises the whole research process.

Her Power Struggle media-performance was created in within the exhibition Red Cavalry: Creation and Power in Soviet Russia prensented in Tate Modern (London, 2010) and Casa Encendida (Madrid, 2011). The protagonists of this exhibition was, among others, the poets and writers Boris Pasternak, Vladimir Mayakovsky, Mikhail Bulgakov, Daniil Kharms; the artists Wassily Kandinsky, Marc Chagall, Kazimir Malevich, Aleksandr Rodchenko, Vladimir Tatlin, the film-makers Dziga Vertov, Sergei Eisenstein...The title was also a reference to the homonymous masterpiece: the famous painting by Kazimir Malevich included into the exhibition.

Power Struggle is as a parody on «competitive» relations present in any spheres of life, and as a visual demonstration of their destructive character. The latest versions of three anti-virus programs, launched at the same time, start «power struggle», eliminating each other. One of the three programs will win in the end and clean the computer from its rivals. The fighting process is projected on the screen, and the spectators bet on their favourite anti-virus.

Performance by Olga Kisseleva
With: Silja Bara Omarsdottir, Stefan Palsson, Solveig Olafsdottir, and Gylfi Magnusson.
Software: Oleg Kiselev
Text: Maxime Petiot

 

 


DEMOCRACY IS A HOT-DOG
VIDEO WORK BY STEINUNN GUNNLAUGSDÓTTIR
27.04.2013

The Living Art Museum is open from 12:00 to 00:00 on election day, Saturday April 27.

Democracy is a Hot-Dog, a video work by Steinunn Gunnlaugsdóttir, will be screened.

The piece is satire about democratic elections and the alleged freedom of choice consisting in voting. Iceland's national dish, pulsa (hot-dog), represents democracy, downtown Reykjavík's hot-dog stand(Bæjarins Bestu becomes the voting booth and the elections change into the citizens' choice between toppings and sauces. The hot-dog itself, however, is not a choice – it shall be devoured by each and every citizen, if not voluntarily then with force.

The piece is from 2009 and will hereafter be screened on every election day in Iceland, this time at the Living Art Museum.

Assistant director was Almar Erlingsson. The soundtrack was made in collaboration with two combined choirs, The Anarchist Choir of Reykjavík and The Choir of the Living Art Museum,  who chanted some of democracy's key concepts such as “freedom,” “the nation” and “vote”.

The video will be shown only this one day, from 12:00 - 24:00.

 

 


DECADE - GRETAR REYNISSON
05.04.2013 - 14.04.2013

The Living Art Museum will open on April 5th at 20:00 with the exhibition Decade by Gretar Reynisson, Sequences honorary artist. The Living Art Museum is one of the founding organisations of Sequences, which now is held for the 6th time.

For the first time the entirety of Gretar Reynisson’s project Decade is presented to the public, in the context of the art festival Sequences, which focuses on real time art. Works that were created on a daily basis over ten years are displayed for only ten days. In a way you might say that we are dealing with the documentation of a performance, although that performance has lasted for so long that it is difficult to distinguish between daily living and artistic activity.

More information about the exhibition can be found here .

 


Tiong Ang, Pavilion of Distance: A GREEK TRAGEDY, 2012
ARTIST TALK 6 WORKSHOP - TIONG ANG
16.03.2013

On Saturday the 16th of March at 3pm the artist Tiong Ang will talk about his work in the current exhibition The Judgement is the Mirror at the Living Art Museum. The talk will be in English, everyone is welcome, free enterance.

Tiong Ang is a Dutch artist born in Surabaya, Indonesia. Central themes in his artistic thinking are collective memory, exclusion, localization and globalization. His work Pavilion of Distance deals with states of consciousness and the human body as the reluctant container of the manipulativeness of the media world. Tiong Ang shows how media not only denote our concept of reality but also affect our perceptions of places and events. 

The exhibition will be up until the 24th of March, further information on the exhibition can be HERE  .

Workshop
During his visit Tiong Ang will, in collaboration with the filmmaker and artist  Alejandro Ramirez,  work with MA students of Fine Arts from The Icelandic Academy of the Arts and organize a workshop that will take place at the Living Art Museum from the 19th - 21st of March. 

 

 


THE LIVING ART MUSEUM AT A SEMINAR IN TBILISI
08.03. - 09.03.2013

On the 8th and 9th of March Gunnhildur Hauksdóttir the museum director will participate in a seminar on behalf of the Living Art Museum in Tbilisi, Georgia. The title of the seminar is The Expanding Role of the Artist as Entrepreneur and is held in conjunction with the exhibition Nordic Art - Between Miracles at CCAT. More information on the seminar and the exhibition can be found here .

 

 

Roger Palmer: 'Miscommunication': digital movie comprising 12 still images, 2012/13, 14 minutes duration.

MUSEUM NIGHT AT THE LIVING ART MUSEUM
The Judgement is the Mirror and Catalogue Raisonné
08.02.2013

The Living Art Museum is open from 7pm to midnight on Museum Night, Friday the 8th of February. Staff and board members welcome visitors and guide them through the current exhibition The Judgement is the Mirror.

A preview of the Catalogue Raisonné of the Living Art Museum, a publication made in nineteen volumes that contains images and basic information about all works in the collection. The Catalogue will not be distributed, its primary purpose is to facilitate researchers and give access to the current dimension of the works that the collection holds. 

The Judgement is the Mirror is a group exhibition with Tiong Ang, Roger Palmer, Jan Kaila, Japo Knuutila, Clodagh Emoe and Mick Wilson. The exhibition, curated by Henk Slager, addresses the potentialities of visual languages that critically investigate in what way the Other, or alterity, can be imagined as agonistic judgement while the mirror of identification of the Lacanian symbolic order still hovers in the background. More information about the exhibition can be found here .

 

 

THE JUDGEMENT IS THE MIRROR
19.01.2013 - 24.03.2013

Opening January 19th 2013 at 5pm
Forum
Iceland Academy of the Arts, Department of Fine Arts.
Laugarnesvegur 91, 104 Reykjavik
Saturday January 19th, 1-4:30 pm

The Judgement is the Mirror is a group exhibition with Tiong Ang, Roger Palmer, Jan Kaila, Japo Knuutila, Clodagh Emoe and Mick Wilson. The exhibition, curated by Henk Slager, addresses the potentialities of visual languages that critically investigate in what way the Other, or alterity, can be imagined as agonistic judgement while the mirror of identification of the Lacanian symbolic order still hovers in the background.

More information about the exhibition can be found here.

 

 

HAPPY NEW YEAR

While wishing you a creative happy new year we dearly thank you for collaborations and good company in the passing year.

Nýló received numerous gifts to the collection that grows and breathes and has a live of its own in the back room of the museum. Here is a list of the newcomers. Thank you! All of you that helped us organize and refine the collection and archives this year.
We couldn't do it without you! 

 

 

INFRASTRUCTURE - DESEMBER AND JANUARY

The next exhibition, Judgement is the Mirror, curated by Henk Slager opens on January 19th.

Untill then the board and staff of Nýló will be busy working on the reserchfacility, the collection and the publication of the Catalogue Rasonné of the Living Art Museum.
Release to be anounced at a later date.

 

 

Become

BECOME - STUDENTS FROM THE ICELANDIC ACADEMY OF THE ARTS AT THE LIVING ART MUSEUM
06.12.2012 - 09.12.2012

Twelve students from the fine art department of the Icelandic Academy of the Arts showcase works resulting from a 15 week long workshop relating to time based media. In the workshop the students explored filmmaking, performance, audio and video work and various aspects of time based works. The thought of what constitutes time based art produces a variety of questions. Is it limited to that which has a beginning, a middle and an end. Is the middle of the process the work it self? A work that exists only while it is executed. Something that becomes in the now, was not before and will not be. The students will show resulting findings of the workshop but they each approach the subject from individual perspectives. Participating students are Grétar Mar Sigurðsson, Indriði Arnar Ingólfsson, Andreas Jari Juhani Toriseva, Helena Aðalsteinsdóttir, Logi Leó Gunnarsson, Þröstur Valgarðsson, Arnljótur Sigurðsson, Karl Torsten, Myrra Leifsdóttir, Sigrún Hlín Sigurðardóttir, Óskar Kristinn Vignisson og Borghildur Tumadóttir.
Hekla Dögg Jónsdóttir led the workshop and Sigurður Guðjónsson, Eric Wolf, Jóní Jónsdóttir, Monika Frycova, Ragnheiður Gestsdóttir, Sara Björnsdóttir,
Cliff Eyland, Rod Summers and Gunnhildur Hauksdóttir were all involved in teaching.
The show is open to the public from Thursday to Sunday from 12-17 pm.

More information about the exhibition can be found here.

Angeli Novi

ANGELI NOVI - EXHIBITION CLOSING
YOU CAN'T STAND IN THE WAY OF PROGRESS
29.09.2012 - 02.12.2012

Sunday the 2nd of December is the last day of the exhibition You Can't Stand in the Way of Progress by the collective Angeli Novi.
Angeli Novi was formed in 2009 by Steinunn Gunnlaugsdóttir and Ólafur Páll Sigurðsson. You Can’t Stand in the Way of Progress is the collective's first extensive exhibition. Audio works in the exhibition are made in collaboration with Örn Karlsson.

Reviews :

Grapewine , author: Snorri Páll Úlfhildarsson
Kunstkritik ,
author: Jón Proppé
Fréttablaðið ,
author: Þóroddur Bjarnason
DV ,
author: Jón Bjarki Magnússon
Saving Iceland
Víðsjá ,
author: Hlynur Helgsaon

Angeli Novi
website.

More information about the exhibition can be found here

 

 

THE LIVING ART MUSEUM AT NORDISKE SAMTALEKOKKENER
14.11 2012



On the 14th of November Gunnhildur Hauksdóttir the museum director will participate in a talk on behalf of the Living Art Museumin Nikolaj in Copenhagen about the Performance Archiveand performance-related projects.


Liveart.dk organizes the talk, but the event is the second in a series of three that are held at the end of this year.

Gunnhildur will provide insight into the activities of the Living Arts Museumrelated to performances andevents with focus on the Performance Archive.

Participants in the all three talksare: Kurt Johanessen (NO), Soren Berner (DK), Anne-Marte Eidseth Rygh (NO), Paul Haukur Björnsson (IS), Joakim Stampe (SE), Leena Kela (FIN) Gunnhildur Hauksdóttir (IS ), Ellen Friis (DK), Örn Alexander Ámundason (IS), Tero Nauha (FIN), Jane Jin Kaiser (DK), Nielsen (DK).


More information about liveart.dk and the program here  

 

 

SOUNDS FOR SOLOISTS - PERFORMANCE TOUR
11.11.2012

Anders Lauge Meldgaard
Ingi Garðar Erlendsson
Cia Rinne
a rawlings

Curated by Solvej Helweg Ovesen

sounds for soloists is a performance tour dedicated to a selection of acclaimed artists, who have invented their own language or instrument and perform solo. In collaboration with the Living Art Museum, the performance tour proudly presents performances by Anders Lauge Meldgaard, Ingi Garðar Erlendsson, Cia Rinne and a rawlings. The performance tour reaches The Living Art Museum as a vibrant site of performance and contemporary art in Reykjavík after visiting the Grimmuseum in Berlin, summer 2012, and in order to go on to the exhibition space Signal in Malmö.

More information here

 

 

SCREENING & TALK - YOU CAN´T STAND IN THE WAY OF PROGRESS
08.11.2012

Angeli Novi

On Thursday the 8th of November at 5pm the Living Art Museum has organized an open talk about the current exhibition - You Can’t Stand in the Way of Progress and a special screening of the eponymous film (20 min). The talk is open for public participation but selected guests have been invited to contribute to the conversation led by Hjálmar Sveinsson. Gunnhildur Hauksdóttir will guide guests through the exhibition at 5pm, the film screening will be at approximately 5.15 followed by the conversation to be concluded at 7pm.((

You Can’t Stand in the Way of Progress is a collaborative project by Steinunn Gunnlaugsdóttir and Ólafur Páll Sigurðsson who in 2009 formed the artist collective Angeli Novi. Audio works in the exhibition are made in collaboration with Örn Karlsson.

More information about the exhibition can be found here

 You can´t stand in the way of progress

YOU CAN´T STAND IN
THE WAY OF PROGRESS
29.09.2012

On Saturday September 29th at 5pm a new exhibition by the collective Angeli Novi will open at the Living Art Museum. Angeli Novi was formed in 2009 by Steinunn Gunnlaugsdóttir and Ólafur Páll Sigurðsson. You Can’t Stand in the Way of Progress is the collective's first extensive exhibition. Audio works in the exhibition are made in collaboration with Örn Karlsson.

The installation, which consists of audio, video and sculptural pieces, greatly alters the space of the Living Art Museum. At the heart of the exhibition is a film of the same title as the exhibition. The 20 minute long film, in English and Icelandic, was filmed this year in Greece and Iceland and contains additional footage from various film archives. Around 30 people were willingly buried alive during the film's making.. 

More information here

 

 

CLOSED

The Living Art Museum is closed from 11.-28. September due to the installing of a new exhibition. 

The Living Art Museum will open again on September 29th with an exhibition by the collective Angeli Novi, formed in 2009 by Steinunn Gunnlaugsdóttir and Ólafur Páll Sigurðsson. You Can’t Stand in the Way of Progress is the first extensive show of the collective. Audio pieces in the exhibition are made in collaboration with Örn Karlsson.

 

 

DELICATE LUGGAGE II


Niels Hafstein
Concave 2011
Concave plastic mirrors, ligth green eggs casted in glass


Exhibition closing

29.07-09.09 2012

The last chance to view the current exhibition
Delicate luggage II by Níels Hafstein. is on Sunday 9th of September.

Guest: Ragnheiður Ragnarsdóttir

The Collection Exhibit of the Living Art Museum this year is dedicated to the works of Níels Hafstein, one of the founders of the museum, director for a number of years and honorary member of the Association of the Living Art Museum. The exhibition holds recent works juxtaposed with earlier ones and with it comes a donation from the artist. The collection of the museum holds 22 works by Hafstein in various mediums but on this occasion he donates 8 works as an addition.

The display is meant go give insight into Hafsteins’ artistic practice on a wide range but in it there is a fine filament in arrangements to be found. There is hardly a way to separate his practice from his huge contribution to the Icelandic art scene. He has founded and followed through on two museums and collections; The Living Art Museum in 1978, founded with the mission conserve and provide a platform of research on contemporary art, and the Icelandic Folk and Outsider Art Museum on Svalbarðaströnd in 1995, evolving around marginal art and queer objects.

It is an honour and a joy to invite the guests of the Living art Museum insight into the practice of Níels Hafstein with this exhibition. Dr. Hlynur Helgasson writes the text accompanying the exhibition. He will give a talk at the museum and a lecture at the lecture hall in the headquarters of Arionbank in Borgartún 19. The talks will be further announced on a later date.

Duration 29.07.-09.09 2012

More information here

 

 

 


Nordic Focus. I
Kaffebord at den Frie Udstillingsbygning – Common histories and the artist initiative.

Gunnhildur Hauksdóttir on behalf of The Living Art Museum (Nýló) is participating in a seminar; Kaffebod that takes place at Den Frie Udstillingsbygning 1st of September.

The Visual Arts Focus of the Reykjavík Arts Festival 2012, (I)ndependent People: Collaborations & Artist Initiatives, which officially ends on September 2nd, conceptually holds many points of correspondence to both the theme of Copenhagen Art Festival and the history of the venue and working methods employed by Den Frie Udstillingsbygning, Center for Contemporary Art.

In Reykjavík, several of the trajectories of artist-initiated practices from the Nordic region – spanning the past forty years – served as a genealogical background to questions posed in both the exhibitions and an international seminar, such as: Do we share common, ‘alternative’ histories in the Nordic region? If so, what are they and is it relevant to peruse these connections today? How have these networks changed over time? Is it possible, or even desirable, to create dynamic and sustainable collaborations?

Trajectories from this on-going investigation will be presented at Den Frie Udstillingsbygning / Centre of Contemporary Art is staged as an open conversation, echoing Den Frie´s Projekt Kaffebord. Our point of departure is The Living Art Museum´s Archive of Artist-Run Initiatives, who opened an office in the main exhibition hall at the National Gallery in Reykjavík between May and September 2012, housing a research on an archive of artist-run projects in Iceland from the past five decades. They presented objects and documentation from conceptual galleries like Gúlp! (contained within a shoe box) and Gallerí Barmur (a wearable badge in which exhibitions took place) to artist run venues like the Living Art Museum itself (founded by twenty artists in 1978 and still today key to Icelandic art history and international exchange).

Kaffebord is a seminar-format that takes the 1800´s salong conversation as it´s point of departure, with a specifically invited group of experts on the subject to be discussed. Den Frie Udstillingsbygning, have released 2 books documenting their experimental projects by transcribing several Kaffebord conversations.

Confirmed participants (more to be confirmed): Jonatan Habib Engqvist, curator of (I)ndependent People, Stockholm, Linus Elmes, director UKS, Oslo, Gunnhildur Hauksdottír, director of the Living Art Museum; Reykjavík, Kirse Junge-Stevnsborg, director of Den Frie Udstillingsbygning



 

 

 

 



SKÁLAR
25.08 2012

Saturday August 28th
21:00

Introducing SKÁLAR, a newly established Center For Sound Art and Experimental Music in Seyðisfjörður, Iceland

Performances by local sound artists along with Konrand Korabiewski who will perform the work Skeyti, commissioned by Europe – a sound panorama, due to be released by SKÁLAR this coming fall.
Performances will start at 21:00

Konrad Korabiewski
Elvar Már Kjartansson (Auxpan)
Þóranna Björnsdóttir (Trouble)
Baldur Björnsson (Krakkbot)
Aðalsteinn Jörundsson (AMFJ)

Skálar is a new established Center For Sound Art and Experimental Music located in the factory space of the former Nordursíld fish factory, situated in a unique place by the seaside of Seydisfjördur. Seeking and supporting artistic depth and quality, the aim of Skálar is to provide a platform for experiments, collaborations, presentations, studies and inspiration to professional artists and students in good working facilities.
This autumn, Skálar intends to establish an annual international Sound-Art festival. The aim of the festival is to present a wide range of original artistic expression experimenting to the highest degree within sound-art and sound in relation to other media forms.

 

 

 

 

 

MINDGAMES

Publication and introduction of a bookwork by
Geirþrúður Finnbogadóttir Hjörvar

Tuesday July 17th at 8pm

Mindgames is constituted by four parts – ordered in alternating sequence – to form thirteen chapters in total. Each of the four sections holds a biographical account of its subject: Caligula, Henri Lefebvre, John Lennon and Halldór Laxness. The chapters can be read separately, as they have been conceived to be independent wholes, forming biographies that present portraits of associations rather than particular statements about individual lives. The text, however, is constructed to alternate rhythmically between the main motives. The motives in turn produce variations on particular themes as they modulate into different parts within the totality of the work as a whole. Mindgames was conceived as a way to enjoy information in the tradition of autodidacts of the past – but in a style which is commingled with a reverence towards traditional modes of archiving the world. The author will give a talk about the ideas behind the work and selected chapters will be read.

Geirþrúður Finnbogadóttir Hjörvar was born in 1977. She received her MFA from the Malmö Art Academy in 2005 and her BFA from the Iceland Academy of the Arts in 2002. She attended the Rijksakadamie residency program in 2007-2008 in Amsterdam. She works with sculpture, text, performance, painting and installations. Recent work has built on historical revisionism and geometric propositions such as Pyramidion and Home Delivery Service. Current projects include: The Grand Tour, an initiative by Civic Virtue in cooperation with W139 in Amsterdam. Geirþrúður lives and works in Amsterdam and in Reykjavik.

www.geirthrudur.com
www.civicvirtue.info

Mindgames will be introduced at
the Living Art Museum for 1200 ISKR

Mindgames is available at Útúrdúr in Reykjavík and selected stores around Europe.

Publishing in collaboration with Werkplaats Typografie, Arnheim.
Design in collaboration with Noah Venezia,Werkplaats Typographie & ArtEZ Institute of the Arts.
Edition of 500
Texts in English
Size: 12X17 cm
Soft cover, 152 pages
Published in May 2012

 

 

 


VOLUMES FOR SOUND
Melissa Dubbin & Aaron S. Davidson

Exhibition closing

The last chance to view the current exhibition Volumes for Sound with works by Melissa Dubbin & Aaron S. Davidsonis on Sunday 15th of July

The project evolves around the installation of sculptures that function as speakers or sculptural forms that can elicit an architecture of sound.
The volumes can be encountered as objects that silently evoke the potential for sound, be played and reconfigured by performers using them for amplification, and appear in photographs of their various configurations. The exhibition also includes new video and photographs by the artists.

During the exhibition period local sound artists were invited to perform sound pieces especially composed for the speaker ensemble that the sculptures form. The sculptures were reconfigured by each performer and  used them for sound amplification. After each performance the configuration was documented in photographs which are on display.

More information here 

The exhibition is part of (I)ndependent People which is the visual arts focus 2012 of The Reykjavik Arts Festival.

Curator: Jonatan Habib Engqvist

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

STILLUPPSTEYPA
VOLUMES FOR SOUND
03.07.2012

During the exhibition Volumes for Sound by the American artists Melissa Dubbin and Aaron S. Davidson a sound performance program will be presented at the Living Art Museum.

The last artists to perform in the ongoing program on Tuesday 3rd of July at 8 pm are STILLUPPSTEYPA

Stilluppsteypa is an abstract/experimental electronic band founded in the beginning of the 1990s. It soon evolved into an experimental outfit and is considered to have helped to pave the way for electronic music in Iceland. Today Stilluppsteypa consists of Sigtryggur Berg Sigmarsson and Helgi Thorsson. The group has performed widely, made a number of releases and collaborated with a variety of like-minded artists, most recently with BJ Nilsen with whom they release by Editons Mego in Austria. The band has composed work for theatre and films and both members are visual artists as well as musicians

The exhibition by Dubbin and Davidson includes several black and white photographs, a silent video and an ensemble of sculptures that also function as speakers.

After performing during the opening weekend Dubbin and Davidson hand over the exhibition to a selection of Icelandic artists whose focus is on sound. Every Tuesday night for the coming six weeks an artist is invited to use the sculptures presented as speakers for their performance. Each artist can change the arrangement of the sculptures, with each piece creating a new exhibition. Different configurations will appear in photographs, providing a record of these instances.

Melissa Dubbin and Aaron S. Davidson have worked collaboratively since 1998. They live and work in Brooklyn, New York. Their practice incorporates photography, sculpture, video and sound to examine visible (crystals, smoke, dust) and invisible (psychoacoustics, air currents) forms, giving shape and physicality to the immaterial.


More information here





 

 

 

TROUBLE - VOLUMES FOR SOUND
26.06.2012


During the exhibition Volumes for Sound by the American artists Melissa Dubbin and Aaron S. Davidson a sound performance program will be presented at the Living Art Museum.

The fifth artist to perform on Tuesday 26th of June at 8 pm is
TROUBLE

TROUBLE (Þóranna Dögg Björnsdóttir) studied music from an early age. She graduated as a classical pianist and moved forward into the study of visual and sound art. She finished a BA degree at the interfaculty of Image&Sound/Art science at the Royal Conservatoire and the Royal Academy of Art in the Hague/Holland.

Þóranna has worked with various bands and as an independent composer. She works with different medium and realizes her work through film, performances and installations. She has also composed for dance theater and for film. Her work has been featured on the Icelandic national radio RUV1 and at festivals domestically (Extreme chill festival Iceland, Iceland Airwaves) and abroad (e.g Live iXem, Milan, Festival Licences, Brûlures des langues VIII, Paris). She performs live under the name Trouble and her music can be described as acousmatic, where she uses concrete and synthesized sounds.

The exhibition by Dubbin and Davidson includes several black and white photographs, a silent video and an ensemble of sculptures that also function as speakers.

After performing during the opening weekend Dubbin and Davidson hand over the exhibition to a selection of Icelandic artists whose focus is on sound. Every Tuesday night for the coming six weeks an artist is invited to use the sculptures presented as speakers for their performance. Each artist can change the arrangement of the sculptures, with each piece creating a new exhibition. Different configurations will appear in photographs, providing a record of these instances.

Melissa Dubbin and Aaron S. Davidson have worked collaboratively since 1998. They live and work in Brooklyn, New York. Their practice incorporates photography, sculpture, video and sound to examine visible (crystals, smoke, dust) and invisible ( psychoacoustics, air currents) forms, giving shape and physicality to the immaterial.


More information here

 

 

THE DAYS OF THE CHILD PRODIGY ARE OVER
25.06. & 27.06.2012


An event showcasing the work of a child prodigy at the Living Art Museum, 25th and 27th of June

Monday June 25th at 8pm
Wendsday June 26th at 8pm

"He suffered from pre-natal depression, has found an outlet in poetry and visual art"

Betus is a child prodigy with outstanding artistic talents. He has been brought to Iceland by the Association of Former Child Prodigies to appear at a special event this June. The Association is honored to welcome Betus to the country. On the occasion of his arrival he will participate in an event in The Living Art Museum where guests are given the unique opportunity to get to know Betus and his work. Betus will not be on his own, joining him will be people of great importance and influence in his life, including his mother as well as his manager, a Native-American from the Southern States, known as the Indian. The mother of Betus and the Indian crossed paths in the early eighties and the three of them have been inseparable since Betus was conceived. Betus’ closest friend and soul mate; Beethoven, a former child prodigy in music, is also coming to Iceland for this occasion. He will be performing piano sonatas both nights.

The curator of the event is the world renowned art therapist, author and academic Dr. Sharon McStone, primarily known for her best sellers “DON’T LET YOUR CHILDS TALENT GO TO WASTE”, “TALENT IS MONEY & MONEY IS TIME” and “THE G-WORD – GENIUSES ARE PEOPLE TOO”. She has specialized in alternative treatment for child prodigies and hyper intelligent individuals to channel their unique gifts into creative paths.

Betus has previously appeared in Iceland with Sharon McStone at an international conference about creative writing and art, Art In Translation, in the Nordic house last May.

For further information contact the spokespersons of the Association Of Former Child Prodigies:
Saga Sigurðardóttir (tel: 6990098)
Rakel McMahon (tel: 6925099)
Bergþóra Snæbjörnsdóttir (tel: 7720337)


The Days of the Child Prodigy Are Over will take place at the Living Art Museum on the 25th and 27th of June at 20:00.
The project is an international cooperation of five artists: Anat Eisenberg, Bergþóra Snæbjörnsdóttir, Rakel McMahon, Saga Sigurðardóttir and Yair Vardi.

The performance at the Living Art Museum will present the piece in its current state of being; it is a part of an extensive process where the dialogue between drawing and text gives birth to a performance and eventually a book published by ÚTÚR publishing.

Music and sound by Eberg
Set and costume assistant is Eva Signý Berger.
The project received a grant from the Youth In Europe program

 

 

 

 

 




S.L.Á.T.U.R. - VOLUMES FOR SOUND
19.06.2012


During the exhibition Volumes for Sound by the American artists Melissa Dubbin and Aaron S. Davidson a sound performance program will be presented at the Living Art Museum.

The fourth artist to perform on Tuesday 19th of June at 8 pm is S.L.Á.T.U.R.

S.L.Á.T.U.R. is an artistically obtrusive composer collective centered in Reykjavík, Iceland. Since 2005 its members have been working on various types of experiments. These include animated notation using computer graphics, interactivity, various experiments with sounds and tunings, performance art and the development of limited and isolated musical universes. The members share ideas and methods freely while the final products are usually independent efforts.

Works by: Þráinn Hjálmarsson, Hallvarð Ásgeirson Herzog, Jesper Pedersen, Pál Ivan frá Eiðum, ásamt Ríkharð H. Friðriksson, Christoph Schiller og Loic Grobéty.

The exhibition by Dubbin and Davidson includes several black and white photographs, a silent video and an ensemble of sculptures that also function as speakers.

After performing during the opening weekend Dubbin and Davidson hand over the exhibition to a selection of Icelandic artists whose focus is on sound. Every Tuesday night for the coming six weeks an artist is invited to use the sculptures presented as speakers for their performance. Each artist can change the arrangement of the sculptures, with each piece creating a new exhibition. Different configurations will appear in photographs, providing a record of these instances.

Melissa Dubbin and Aaron S. Davidson have worked collaboratively since 1998. They live and work in Brooklyn, New York. Their practice incorporates photography, sculpture, video and sound to examine visible (crystals, smoke, dust) and invisible ( psychoacoustics, air currents) forms, giving shape and physicality to the immaterial.


More information here

 

 

 



STEFÁN FINNBOGA PÉTURSSON - VOLUMES FOR SOUND
12.06.2012


During the exhibition Volumes for Sound by the American artists Melissa Dubbin and Aaron S. Davidson a sound performance program will be presented at the Living Art Museum.

The third artist to perform on Tuesday 5th of June at 8 pm is Stefán Finnboga Pétursson (Finnbogi Pétursson and Stefán Finnbogason).

Stefán Finnboga Pétursson is a collaboration between the artist Finnbogi Pétursson and his son, the musician Stefán Finnbogason. Since Finnbogi Pétursson began exhibiting in the early 1980s, he has developed an intelligent, eccentric, and poetically lively body of work centering on combinations of sound, sculpture, and architecture. Sound waves and sound has always been his main medium, in form as well as content. He works with sound pared down to its essence. Finnbogi Pétursson was selected to represent Iceland in the 2001 Venice Biennale. Stefán Finnbogason plays in techno band Sykur. Sykur has reliesed two albums: Frábært eða frábært year 2009 and Mesópótamíu year 2011.

The exhibition by Dubbin and Davidson includes several black and white photographs, a silent video and an ensemble of sculptures that also function as speakers.

After performing during the opening weekend Dubbin and Davidson hand over the exhibition to a selection of Icelandic artists whose focus is on sound. Every Tuesday night for the coming six weeks an artist is invited to use the sculptures presented as speakers for their performance. Each artist can change the arrangement of the sculptures, with each piece creating a new exhibition. Different configurations will appear in photographs, providing a record of these instances.

Melissa Dubbin and Aaron S. Davidson have worked collaboratively since 1998. They live and work in Brooklyn, New York. Their practice incorporates photography, sculpture, video and sound to examine visible (crystals, smoke, dust) and invisible ( psychoacoustics, air currents) forms, giving shape and physicality to the immaterial.


More information here

 

 

 


 

AMFJ - VOLUMES FOR SOUND
05.06.2012


During the exhibition Volumes for Sound by the American artists Melissa Dubbin and Aaron S. Davidson a sound performance program will be presented at the Living Art Museum.

The second artist to perform is AMFJ (Aðalsteinn Jörundsson), a power noise musician living in Reykjavík. He will perform on Tuesday 5th of June at 8 pm.

AMFJ has made his mark on the Reykjavík music scene, raising hell and wreaking havoc every time.

The exhibition by Dubbin and Davidson includes several black and white photographs, a silent video and an ensemble of sculptures that also function as speakers.

After performing during the opening weekend Dubbin and Davidson hand over the exhibition to a selection of Icelandic artists whose focus is on sound. Every Tuesday night for the coming six weeks an artist is invited to use the sculptures presented as speakers for their performance. Each artist can change the arrangement of the sculptures, with each piece creating a new exhibition. Different configurations will appear in photographs, providing a record of these instances.

Melissa Dubbin and Aaron S. Davidson have worked collaboratively since 1998. They live and work in Brooklyn, New York. Their practice incorporates photography, sculpture, video and sound to examine visible (crystals, smoke, dust) and invisible ( psychoacoustics, air currents) forms, giving shape and physicality to the immaterial.

More information here 

 

 


AUXPAN - VOLUMES FOR SOUND
29.05.2012


During the exhibition Volumes for Sound by the American artists Melissa Dubbin and Aaron S. Davidson a sound performance program will be presented at the Living Art Museum.

The first artist to perform is AuxPan, an electronic musician living in Reykjavík and Seyðisfjörður. He will perform on Tuesday 29th of May at 8 pm.

The exhibition by Dubbin and Davidson includes several black and white photographs, a silent video and an ensemble of sculptures that also function as speakers.

After performing during the opening weekend Dubbin and Davidson hand over the exhibition to a selection of Icelandic artists whose focus is on sound. Every Tuesday night for the coming six weeks an artist is invited to use the sculptures presented as speakers for their performance. Each artist can change the arrangement of the sculptures, with each piece creating a new exhibition. Different configurations will appear in photographs, providing a record of these instances.

Melissa Dubbin and Aaron S. Davidson have worked collaboratively since 1998. They live and work in Brooklyn, New York. Their practice incorporates photography, sculpture, video and sound to examine visible (crystals, smoke, dust) and invisible ( psychoacoustics, air currents) forms, giving shape and physicality to the immaterial.

More information here 
 

 


VOLUMES FOR SOUND

Melissa Dubbin & Aaron S. Davidson

OPENING
19.05.2012


On Saturday 19th of May opens at the Living Art Museum the exhibition Volumes for Sound with works by
Melissa Dubbin & Aaron S. Davidson.

At the opening Dubbin & Davidson will perform with composer and musician Shawn Onsgard at 17.00 and 18.00 at The Living Art Museum. They perform under the name Three Planes of Silver.

The project evolves around the installation of sculptures that function as speakers or sculptural forms that can elicit an architecture of sound.
The volumes can be encountered as objects that silently evoke the potential for sound, be played and reconfigured by performers using them for amplification, and appear in photographs of their various configurations. The exhibition also includes new video and photographs by the artists.

During the exhibition period local sound artists will perform sound pieces especially composed for the speaker ensemble that the sculptures form. The sculptures will thus be played and reconfigured by each performer using them for sound amplification. After each performance the configuration will be documented in photographs.

More information here 

The exhibition is part of (I)ndependent People which is the visual arts focus 2012 of The Reykjavik Arts Festival.
Curator: Jonatan Habib Engqvist

 

 

 

 

 

 

CLOSED

The Living Art Museum is closed due to the installing of a new exhibition.

The museum will open again on Saturday 19th of May with
Volumes for Sound; new works by the New York based artists Melissa Dubbin and Aaron S. Davidson.


The exhibition is part of (I)ndependent People which is the visual arts focus 2012 of The Reykjavik Arts Festival.


Curator: Jonatan Habib Engqvist

Further information:

(I)ndependent People

Reykjavik Arts Festival


 


 

FAMILY-FUN
24.03.2012

Curver Thoroddsen

On Saturday March the 24th a festive Family-Fun will launch at the Living Art Museum.

For the coming six weeks the museum space will take the form of a huge playroom intended for children and families. A range of activities and play structures will fill the premises along with an enormous Bouncing Castle. Each weekend, for the duration of the show, the Icelandic Boy and Girl Scout Association will sell cotton candy, hotdogs and balloons and surprise visitors will entertain the younger generations. Family-Fun is open for public during the museum hours. Playschools, children and parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles, friends and families are most heartily welcome to play and enjoy the surroundings. Family-Fun is especially suitable for play-dates and family gatherings.

There will be a whole lot of hullabaloo at the opening and all are welcome. The immensely popular band Pollapunk will enter the stage at 4 pm and the famed children entertainers Skoppa & Skritla will visit around 5 pm. Children and adults alike will be invited to have their face painted and, as before mentioned, the Icelandic Boy and Girl Scout Association will offer cotton candy, delicious hotdogs and colorful balloons for sale.

The project is realized in collaboration with Reykjavik City, Skataland.is and The Football Association of Iceland. We are delighted to announce that Family-Fun will later join Reykjavik’s 2012 Children‘s Culture Festival in mid-April, which lays its emphasis on all things related to children’s culture.

More information can be found here

 

 

CLOSED

The Living Art Museum is closed due to the installing of a new exhibition.

The museum will open again on Saturday 24th of March with new works by the artist Curver Thoroddsen.




TEIKN - Exhibition closing

 

The last chance to view the current exhibition Teikn with works by Myriam Bat-Yosef and Jóhanna Kristbjörg Sigurðardóttir is on sunday 11th of March.

Myriam’s and Johanna’s works are brought together in this exhibition because of the similar thread that can be detected in their practice despite the age difference between the two artists. Both use paintings, videos and performances to mediate the interrelations of what cannot be expressed with words. They have both developed an artistic language that in form and colour outline a strong symbolism with a religious, even supernatural appearance. A central element in both their works is emphasis on unrestrained flow of ideas that can be traced back to symbolism and surrealism. 

Teikn is sponsored by Hlaðvarpinn and the City of Reykjavík, as well as with help from The Icelandic Centre of Art.

More information here  

 

 

NÝLÓ AT THE ARMORY SHOW
08.03.-11.03.2012

The Living Art Museum (Nýló) is participating in the 2012 Armory Show in New York,  March 8.—11. At the Armory, work by a wide variety of artists is represented by international galleries and institutions. Nýló shares a booth with Overgaden, Institute for Contemporary Art in Copenhagen. Nýló presents a glimpse into its history and collection of works from the past 30 years along with documentation of events related to the institution. 

The emphasis at the Nýló and Overgaden booth will be on performance with artists taking turns at presenting their works and projects.  Hrafnhildur Arnardóttir, a.k.a. Shoplifter will perform her work, Lonely, daily between 4 and 5 pm. Curver Thoroddsen, who's solo project will be opened at the Living Art Museum later this month, will exhibit a series of video works.

More information can be found here. 

 

 

ARTIST TALK
19.02.2012

On Sunday the 19th of February at 3 pm Markús Þór Andrésson will lead a talk with Jóhanna Kristbjörg Sigurðardóttir, one of two artists exhibiting in the current exhibition Teikn at the Living Art Museum.

Jóhanna Kristbjörg graduated from the Iceland Academy of the Arts in 2008 and has since exhibited extensively. For her installation at the Living Art Museum she combines paintings, videos and sound and a performance, that together form a trilogy.  Jóhanna was recently awarded the Listasjóður Dungal art price for emerging artists.

Markús Þór Andrésson is the author of the catalogue text. Markus is an independent curator and writer and has co-produced documentary films and television programs on contemporary art. He holds an M.A. in Curatorial Studies from Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson.

The talk will be in Icelandic. Everyone is welcome, warm coffee and free entrance.

Teikn is sponsored by Hlaðvarpinn and will be on display until the 11th of March.

Curator is Gunnhildur Hauksdóttir.

Further information on the exhibition can be found
here  

 

 

MUSEUM NIGHT

Museum Night is on Friday the 10th of Februar. The Living Art Museum is open until midnight. 

The current exhibition is Teikn

Everyone is welcome and admission is free.

 

 

TEIKN

On Saturday January 28th opens at the Living Art Museum the exhibition Teikn with works by Myriam Bat-Yosef and Jóhanna Kristbjörg Sigurðardóttir.

Myriam’s and Johanna’s works are brought together in this exhibition because of the similar thread that can be detected in their practice despite the age difference between the two artists. Both use paintings, videos and performances to mediate the interrelations of what cannot be expressed with words. They have both developed an artistic language that in form and colour outline a strong symbolism with a religious, even supernatural appearance. A central element in both their works is emphasis on unrestrained flow of ideas that can be traced back to symbolism and surrealism. 

Teikn is sponsored by Hlaðvarpinn and the City of Reykjavík, as well as with help from The Icelandic Centre of Art.

More information here  
 

 

 

 

CLOSED DURING THE HOLIDAYS

The Living Art Museum is closed during the holidays.

The program for January will be announced later.

Merry Christmas!

 

 

 

HELGI ÞÓRSSON
LITTLE FRIDAY

Opening on Saturday 26th of november at 5pm

In his project, Little Friday at the Living Art Museum, Helgi Þórsson will present a site-specific installation juxtaposing new paintings and sculptures with older works. The exhibition is held on the occasion of Helgi’s donation of a work to the museum’s collection, which at present holds around two thousand works spanning the 1950’s through the 90’s.

Music plays an important role in Helgi’s life and work; he is a member of the bands Stilluppsteypa and Evil Madness. His compositions of found objects, sculptures and paintings create distinctive surroundings in his installations, turning the exhibition spaces into psychedelic club-like environments, overridden with decorations and automatic musical instruments. His approach of invading art institutions and crossing borders between art forms often result in his exhibitions becoming singular events, where the distinction between specific works is removed.

Guests can expect happenings during the opening with the right atmosphere for dance and joy. In the last week of the exhibition, the museum will additionally host a week long Christmas Bazaar of various artists’ work organized by Helgi.

More information here

 

CLOSED FROM 8.-26. NOVEMBER

The Living Art Museum is closed from 8.-26. November.

The museum will open again on the 26th of November with a new exhibition of works from the Icelandic artist Helgi Þórsson. 

 

INTERNATIONAL POETRY FESTIVAL
The Living Art Museum / Nordic House
06.19-08.10.2011


   
The seventh Internationl Poetry Festival will be held on October 6.-8. Featuring poetry, music, visual art, theatre, performance art, and all variations of hybrid forms that exist between and on the fringes, Alþjóðleg ljóðahátíð has partnered with S.L.Á.T.U.R. to showcase two evenings of experimental and experiential multi-disciplinary performance.

Program:

-Heart Murmurs. Nordic House, October 6. from 8-10pm. Opening program.

-From Reykjavík With Love. The Living Art Museum, October 7. from 7-11pm. Performing: Elías Knörr vs. Elías Portela, Arngrímur Vídalín, Þórdís Gísladóttir, Monica Aasprong (NO/SE), Ingólfur Gíslason, Klara Arnalds, Guðbrandur Siglaugsson, Ragnhildur Jóhannsdóttir, Gary Barwin (CA) og S.L.Á.T.U.R.

-I Want Your Text (Ow!). Nordic House, October 8. from 2-3.30pm. Panel discussions.

-Heart Full of Stuff. The Living Art Museum, October 7. from 7-11pm. Performing: Páll Ivan, Hekla Helgadóttir, Jón Bjarki Magnússon, Þórdís Björnsdóttir, Anne Kawala (FR), Kristín Svava Tómasdóttir, Bergþóra Snæbjörnsdóttir, Bragi Páll Sigurðarson, Marko Niemi (FI), Jón Örn Loðmfjörð og S.L.Á.T.U.R.

Books and other sundry paraphernalia will be available for sale. Beverages will be available by donation. Entrance is free.

 

 

GRASSROOTS IX
17.09.2011


Opening on Saturday the 17th of September at 7:30 pm

Curator: Kristjana Rós Guðjohnsen

Bryndís Björnsdóttir // Helga Björg Gylfadóttir // Irene Ósk Bermudez // Klængur Gunnarsson // Kolbrún Ýr Einarsdóttir // Kristín Rúnarsdóttir // Sigríður Tulinius // Sigurður Atli Sigurðsson

Exhibitions under the title Grassroots have been held annually in the Living Art Museum for more than a decade, with a few exceptions. These exhibitions are aimed specifically at giving emerging artists an opportunity to exhibit in an actively involved, professional setting. The grassroots exhibitions have generally given an overview of the direction of current Icelandic art and at the same time an image of what is to come in the local art scene.

More  info here

MOMENTUM EPISODES
14.09.2011

The Living Art Museum will host a performance program on wednesday September 14 at 8pm by the artists Roi Vaara and Magnús Logi Kristinsson, curated by Markús Þór Andrésson. On the same day at 5 pm a collaborative performance walk will start at Hlemmur bus station. These performances are an extension of 6th Momentum Biennial: Imagine Being Here Now.  
 
More info here  

 

CLOSED FROM SEPT 12.-17.
The Living Art Museum is closed from
september 12-17 due to installing 
of the upcoming exhibition, GRASROOTS IX,
which will open on september 17 at 7.30pm.
 

 

PROGRAM ON CULTURE NIGHT
Saturday August 20
Open from 12am-10pm

4pm Curators talk in English
Jón B.K. Ransu, curator of the current exhibition Literacy, will do a talk in English

4.30pm Curators talk in Icelandic
Jón B.K. Ransu, curator of the current exhibition Literacy, will do a talk in Icelandic

5pm Religion of those who believe in the arts
Katrín Inga Jónsdóttir Hjördísardóttir Hirt reads a manifesto of a new religion for those who believe in the arts. She will be present in the museum from 5pm-10pm explaining her endeavor to those interested.

8pm Readings and performances

Katrín Inga will repeat her manifesto of a new religion for those who believe in the arts

Ragnhildur Jóhannsdóttir will do a performance based reading

Ekkért már, Ekkért mál fyrir Eggjert Má. Performance by the group Jep, which consists of the artists Jesper Pedersen, Elín Anna Þórisdóttir and Páll Ivan Pálsson.

a.rawlings og Ciara Adams perform sound poetry

Evil Madness plays a set under the readings of Bjarni Þóranisson

Free entrance and all are welcome
Light beverages by the end of the evening

 

 

LITERACY

Opening on Saturday 16th of July at 5pm

The exhibition Literacy investigates the interplay of
objects and text as a form within the visual arts.
The bulk of the works on show are taken from the
collection of the Living Art Museum, which stores the
biggest number of book-art in Iceland.

For more information press here

 

 

CLOSED ON NATIONAL DAY

The Living Art Museum will be closed on the
National Day of Iceland, Friday June 17.

During the weekend will be normal opening hours
Saturday-Sunday from 12-17.

The current exhibition is by the Swedish artist
Carl Boutard.

See more information on the exhibition here 

 

 

CLOSED ON ASCENSION DAY

The Living Art Museum will be closed on Ascension day, Thursday the 2nd of June. 

 

 

CARL BOUTARD

Opening of an exhibition with the Swedish artist
Carl Boutard on Saturday May 28th, at 18.00.

Boutard will show a series of sculptures placed in an installation created specifically for the exhibition space.
The sculptures can appear to be abstract but are strongly elated to nature, science and language.
They are made of small objects and parts of plants
gathered from his day-to-day environment, which then
are cast in bronze.

For more information press here

 

 

KODDU

Last day of the exhibition Koddu is on Sunday 15th of May.

Opening hours:
-the Living Art Museum
 12.00-17.00
-Allianz Warehouse 12.00-18.00

more

 

 

JOHAN LUNDH -LECTURE

Johan Lundh, an independent curator and writer,
will give a lecture about his curatorial practice at
the Living Art Museum on Wednesday, May 4.
at kl.20.00

Free entrance and light refreshments. 

More information here

CLOSED TODAY APRIL 26.

The Living Art Museum will be closed today
Tuesday 26th of April.

 

 

CLOSED DURING EASTER 

The Living Art Museum will be closed during Easter.

April 21. Closed
April 22. Closed
April 23. Closed
April 24. Closed
April 25. Closed

The museum will open again on Tuesday, April 26. 



KODDU

Opening on Saturday 16th of April:

-the Living Art Museum at
 16.00
-Allianz Warehouse at 17.00 

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SEQUENCES

The Living Art Museum will be hosting exhibitions/events
with the following artists or artist groups:

Gernot Faber (DE)

Peter Fengler (NL)

SIGNA (DK, AT)

Further information can be found the website
www.sequences.is



CLOSED UNTIL 5TH OF APRIL

The Living Art Museum will be closed until Tuesday
5th of April. The next events taking place in the
museum are part of Sequences Real-Time Art Festival.



KJARVAL DIVISION

Opening on saturday 26ht of February at 20.00

KJARVAL DIVISION

Annakim Violette
Franz Graf
Guðný Guðmundsdóttir
Helgi Þórsson
Hulda Vilhjálmsdóttir
Jonathan Meese
Laufey Elíasdóttir
Morgan Betz
Nonni Ragnars
Ólafur Lárusson
Sigtryggur Berg Sigmarsson
Snorri Ásmundsson
Steingrímur Eyfjörð
Valgarður Bragason

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MARCELLVS L.


Opening of an exhibition with the Brazilian video and sound artist Marcellvs L. Saturday 8th of January at 5pm

MARCELLVS L.
0667 0778 3195 1716
(a screening from the on-going series VIDEORHIZOME)

VideoRhizome is an ongoing series initiated in January 2002 experimenting with the philosophical universe of Félix Guattari & Gilles Deleuze and trying to move further the concept of Rhizome. The idea behind the project is that concepts are never perfect, complete or exhausted. It is necessary to produce them and to continually connect them to the events of this World, to the here and now.
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