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Palette Piece 1 By Emma Sangberg

Editions : 15 Size:   70×50 cm Technique:  Print About the piece Sangberg started to collect and save her palettes a few years ago. She is interested in things that are created by chance and randomness, paint palettes being the ultimate example. When Sangberg took a closer look at her palettes and in a more investigative way, she started to see a lot of things moving in them, like patterns, landscapes or figures. For Sangberg, it’s about finding meaning in the “meaningless”. The palettes also become traces of her gesture when painting and something that has happened, something she didn’t plan to happen, or wasn’t entirely conscious of. In these digital prints she has scanned in some selected palettes and zoomed in on details in them – showing both her color shades as well as the process behind her practice as a painter. About the artist Emma Sangberg (b. 1986) is born in Trollhättan and is now based in Stockholm. She has studied art in Gothenburg and is currently studying MFA (Master of Fine Art) at the Royal institute of art in Stockholm. Sangberg is mostly working with painting, but also to some extent drawing and animation. She is interested in the process itself, and time is an important factor when she creates and she makes use of systems and rules when outlining her method. Inspired by her earlier work-experience in a factory, she started to use repetition in her art and is fascinated by the gesture and by the notion that even when there are certain rules, there are still differences in how you actually go ahead doing it. Sangberg experiments with randomness and is trying to find meaning by using repetitive movements, both bodily and visually. The physicality and the performative aspect are of great importance and she often interprets her work as traces of a gesture or as evidence of something that has previously happened.Read more

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Headspace II By Rasmus Nossbring

Editions: OriginalSize: 13x12x11 cm Editions: OriginalSize: 13x12x11 cm Technique: Glass Sculpture About the piece In the sculptures, Nossbring has been investigating emotion conveyed through glass. The content of his work speaks about daily routine and social structures. Through body language and facial expression, we understand each other, yet it is not always obvious nor clear what is being said as the body usually acts faster than the brain. Nossbring creates these from blown glass by hand, slowly sculpting all the details to get to an expression that he wants in the glass studio. Once finished, the pieces are cooled down slowly to release stress in the glass, before Nossbring works with the objects cold to achieve desired surface and texture. Headspace In the sculptures, Nossbring has been investigating emotion conveyed through glass. The content of his work speaks about daily routine and social structures. Through body language and facial expression, we understand each other, yet it is not always obvious nor clear what is being said as the body usually acts faster than the brain. Nossbring creates these from blown glass by hand, slowly sculpting all the details to get to an expression that he wants in the glass studio. Once finished, the pieces are cooled down slowly to release stress in the glass, before Nossbring works with the objects cold to achieve desired surface and texture. About the artist Rasmus Nossbring (b. 1991) is an artist from Norrköping, Sweden. At the age of fifteen he started his apprenticeship for Reijmyre Glassworks, as part of their traditional Swedish production line. Gradually learning the process of glassmaking he started creating objects of his own when time was given, which in 2010 got recognized by the National Museum Design. This gave him more freedom in the factory along with bigger responsibilities to create artwork for various artist and designing objects for the factory. In 2014 Nossbring made his way to Pilchuck Glass school for the first time as an intern in the school’s famous glass studio. He has since then been returning to America, visiting Corning Museum of Glass and Pilchuck Glass school in various positions. Influenced by Swedish and American glass culture he’s continuously broadening his artistic vocabulary, increasing his skill. In 2014 Nossbirng left the factory to get more time for his own work and started study at University College of Arts, Crafts and Design in Stockholm. The aspiring artist will graduate in 2017.The content of Nossbring’s work consist of moments from his everyday life. He portrays events bearing signs of contemporary humanity and daily routines. In this frame, memories, social dynamics and dreams are subjects that interests him. Ultimately, he wants to convey what he sees and feels in his everyday life through his work and create monuments of the mundane.Nossbring is a sculptor working in a variety of materials but expresses himself primarily in glass. In this medium, he tries to move past conventional techniques and to discover what is possible in hot glass. Rasmus Nossbring (b. 1991) is an artist from Norrköping, Sweden. At the age of fifteen he started his apprenticeship for Reijmyre Glassworks, as part of their traditional Swedish production line. Gradually learning the process of glassmaking he started creating objects of his own when time was given, which in 2010 got recognized by the National Museum Design. This gave him more freedom in the factory along with bigger responsibilities to create artwork for various artist and designing objects for the factory. In 2014 Nossbring made his way to Pilchuck Glass school for the first time as an intern in the school’s famous glass studio. He has since then been returning to America, visiting Corning Museum of Glass and Pilchuck Glass school in various positions. Influenced by Swedish and American glass culture he’s continuously broadening his artistic vocabulary, increasing his skill. In 2014 Nossbirng left the factory to get more time for his own work and started study at University College of Arts, Crafts and Design in Stockholm. The aspiring artist will graduate in 2017.The content of Nossbring’s work consist of moments from his everyday life. He portrays events bearing signs of contemporary humanity and daily routines. In this frame, memories, social dynamics and dreams are subjects that interests him. Ultimately, he wants to convey what he sees and feels in his everyday life through his work and create monuments of the mundane.Nossbring is a sculptor working in a variety of materials but expresses himself primarily in glass. In this medium, he tries to move past conventional techniques and to discover what is possible in hot glass. Rasmus Nossbring (b. 1991) is an artist from Norrköping, Sweden. At the age of fifteen he started his apprenticeship for Reijmyre Glassworks, as part of their traditional Swedish production line. Gradually learning the process of glassmaking he started creating objects of his own when time was given, which in 2010 got recognized by the National Museum Design. This gave him more freedom in the factory along with bigger responsibilities to create artwork for various artist and designing objects for the factory. In 2014 Nossbring made his way to Pilchuck Glass school for the first time as an intern in the school’s famous glass studio. He has since then been returning to America, visiting Corning Museum of Glass and Pilchuck Glass school in various positions. Influenced by Swedish and American glass culture he’s continuously broadening his artistic vocabulary, increasing his skill. In 2014 Nossbirng left the factory to get more time for his own work and started study at University College of Arts, Crafts and Design in Stockholm. The aspiring artist will graduate in 2017.The content of Nossbring’s work consist of moments from his everyday life. He portrays events bearing signs of contemporary humanity and daily routines. In this frame, memories, social dynamics and dreams are subjects that interests him. Ultimately, he wants to convey what he sees and feels in his everyday life through his work and create monuments of the mundane.Nossbring is a sculptor working in a variety of materials but expresses himself primarily in glass. In this medium, he tries to move past conventional techniques and to discover what is possible in hot glass.Read more

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Paralyzed By Berber Theunissen

Editions : 15 + 2 A.P Size:  58×50 cm Technique:  C-print   About the piece Paralyzed  is part of an ongoing project Theunissen is working on. She started to combine her series with the series into a new project, with a new muze. About the projects and Skin  is part of an ongoing project Theunissen is working on. She started to combine her series with the series into a new project, with a new muze. About the projects and Why i left Adam  is part of an ongoing project Theunissen is working on. She started to combine her series with the series into a new project, with a new muze. About the projects and Skin  is part of an ongoing project Theunissen is working on. She started to combine her series with the series into a new project, with a new muze. About the projects and Why I left Adam. Skin – l onging to learn to embrace the skin Theunissen lives in, she started photographing the skin of others. After having felt insecure and unwilling to accept who she was so often in her life, she wanted to feel connected to the flaws and the weaknesses of the girls she photographed, in the same way she experienced her own. It’s about peeling back the layers, exposing something deeply intimate and true.  Why I left Adam- a fter eight years of living in Amsterdam Theunissen started missing the woods, the quiet and the smells of the earth. On January 1st, 2015, she moved back to nature, the environment that inspires her the most. About the artist Berber Theunissen (b. 1989) lives and works in Amsterdam. Theunissen focuses her camera on things that affect her personally. Things that she love, but also things that make her feel vulnerable. She captures moments, feelings and memories of intense emotional value to her, or to the people around her. Her photographs are reflections of the memories in her mind. Theunissen takes photographs because she wants to preserve what is otherwise lost forever; time. Photography helps her create a sense of peace within her own chaotic being. She is obsessed with this thing called life, this absurd, all-consuming life, from the highs to the lows and every little thing in between. Obsessed with all the different kinds of moods and vibes we experience, day in, day out. Even the little things can cause an emotional rollercoaster of tears and laughter. We can understand some of these experiences, but others offer us no clue. She is infinitely curious about how to cope – as a human being, physically and mentally, as a person, as a girlfriend. Feeling so small in an universe so big.Read more

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Agate By Hilda Bordahl

Editions: 20Size: 70×50 cmTechnique: Print Editions: 20Size: 70×50 cmTechnique: Print Editions: 20Size: 70×50 cmTechnique: Print About the piece Agate is a close scan of a stone. It’s an experiment about dimensions and what happens to the perception when you can view something in a way you normally can’t. Discovering a hidden layer with structures and patterns. It’s almost like moving into another dimension where the object seems like something else. Like when Alice in Wonderland eats the cake that makes her small and the world is suddenly entirely different, even though it’s really just the same. About the artist Hilda Bordahl (b. 1991) is an artist and photographer based in Stockholm. She graduated from the Stockholm School of Photography (Fotoskolan STHLM) in 2014, and went on to study art history for a year. She combines being an artist with being a commercial photographer, mostly shooting fashion. Bordahl’s three pieces on Arrivals are experiments about dimensions and time.  and  are close scans of a portion of two small stones.  is a photograph of a temporary sculpture. Agate Hilda Bordahl (b. 1991) is an artist and photographer based in Stockholm. She graduated from the Stockholm School of Photography (Fotoskolan STHLM) in 2014, and went on to study art history for a year. She combines being an artist with being a commercial photographer, mostly shooting fashion. Bordahl’s three pieces on Arrivals are experiments about dimensions and time.  and  are close scans of a portion of two small stones.  is a photograph of a temporary sculpture. Pumice Hilda Bordahl (b. 1991) is an artist and photographer based in Stockholm. She graduated from the Stockholm School of Photography (Fotoskolan STHLM) in 2014, and went on to study art history for a year. She combines being an artist with being a commercial photographer, mostly shooting fashion. Bordahl’s three pieces on Arrivals are experiments about dimensions and time.  and  are close scans of a portion of two small stones.  is a photograph of a temporary sculpture. Metamorph Hilda Bordahl (b. 1991) is an artist and photographer based in Stockholm. She graduated from the Stockholm School of Photography (Fotoskolan STHLM) in 2014, and went on to study art history for a year. She combines being an artist with being a commercial photographer, mostly shooting fashion. Bordahl’s three pieces on Arrivals are experiments about dimensions and time.  and  are close scans of a portion of two small stones.  is a photograph of a temporary sculpture.Read more

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