6.19.2021

15—17

Events

Opening: Moments Unfolding

A warm welcome to the opening of the Living Art Museum's summer exhibition, Moments Unfolding, this Saturday June 19th at 3—5 pm at the Marshall House. The exhibition presents new works by Baldur Geir Bragason, Inga Þórey Jóhannsdóttir, Ingunn Fjóla Ingþórsdóttir and Ívar Valgarðsson. With the exhibition, the group seeks to materialize the moment for a while with works that fluctuate between painting and sculpture. The exhibition runs until August 8.

Each work of art is a unique source of visual perception and a spark for ideological speculation. Moments Unfolding takes its starting point in the medum of painting, its origin and heritage, but the exhibition really revolves around the time and place of each exhibition visitor. The aim is to focus on how the spatial effect of works of art increases the audience's awareness of their own body, presence and perception of the environment. Such an art experience is always individual and establishes a physical connection between the spectator, space and work — an art experience that takes place and is created in the moment.

A warm welcome to the opening of the Living Art Museum's summer exhibition, Moments Unfolding, this Saturday June 19th at 3—5 pm at the Marshall House. The exhibition presents new works by Baldur Geir Bragason, Inga Þórey Jóhannsdóttir, Ingunn Fjóla Ingþórsdóttir and Ívar Valgarðsson. With the exhibition, the group seeks to materialize the moment for a while with works that fluctuate between painting and sculpture. The exhibition runs until August 8.

Each work of art is a unique source of visual perception and a spark for ideological speculation. Moments Unfolding takes its starting point in the medum of painting, its origin and heritage, but the exhibition really revolves around the time and place of each exhibition visitor. The aim is to focus on how the spatial effect of works of art increases the audience's awareness of their own body, presence and perception of the environment. Such an art experience is always individual and establishes a physical connection between the spectator, space and work — an art experience that takes place and is created in the moment.