3.19.2022

16:00—19:00

Events

Opening: IMMUNE/ÓNÆM

Welcome to the opening of IMMUNE/ÓNÆM in the Living Art Museum, Saturday 19 March at 16—19. The exhibition includes a diverse group of artists, working from ideas on the colonial history of the North, manifestations of whiteness, the Icelandic banana, global warming, salted fish, shopping routes and nature, amongst other.

IMMUNE / ÓNÆM is the result of a two-year research and collaboration project between 11 international artists, designers, scholars and curators, who in their work deal with colonization, queer ecosystems, extractive capitalism and nationalism based on a common starting point: Eggert Ólafsson and Bjarni Pálsson's Travels in Iceland (1775) and the image of nature drawn in their story.

The group of participants comes from various backgrounds and one of the project's goals is to use Iceland, this isolated island and ecosystem, as a platform to reflect on political, social and economic aspects of nature.

The exhibition is on until May 1st 2022.

Welcome to the opening of IMMUNE/ÓNÆM in the Living Art Museum, Saturday 19 March at 16—19. The exhibition includes a diverse group of artists, working from ideas on the colonial history of the North, manifestations of whiteness, the Icelandic banana, global warming, salted fish, shopping routes and nature, amongst other.

IMMUNE / ÓNÆM is the result of a two-year research and collaboration project between 11 international artists, designers, scholars and curators, who in their work deal with colonization, queer ecosystems, extractive capitalism and nationalism based on a common starting point: Eggert Ólafsson and Bjarni Pálsson's Travels in Iceland (1775) and the image of nature drawn in their story.

The group of participants comes from various backgrounds and one of the project's goals is to use Iceland, this isolated island and ecosystem, as a platform to reflect on political, social and economic aspects of nature.

The exhibition is on until May 1st 2022.