Senoren, September 9-October 11 & Kajsa G. Eriksson & Fredric Gunve – vränga= REGN, October 16-November 15
Visiting address: Kastellgatan 10, Gothenburg
Opening hours: Tuesday-Thursday 1-5 pm, Saturday-Sunday 12-4 pm
Senoren is an artist group with some twenty members whose exhibitions are always temporary, site-specific, and signed collaboratively. The exhibition in Galleri Box develops from a process where the group members together explore the borders and possibilities of the gallery space as well as the form of the exhibition as an idea and a tradition.
The art group Vränga= consists of the Gothenburg-based artists Kajsa G. Eriksson and Fredric Gunve. Here they exhibit REGN (RAIN) encircling a disastrous scenario where it never stops raining. The story begins seven years after the catastrophe, when life is normalized and the rain has become a natural part of everyday life.
REGN (RAIN) 16 October – 15 November.
Friday 16 October Opening 18.00 – 21.00
Join us for the opening of RAIN, part of GIBCA extended.
WATER (card 1-9)
Saturday 17 October The artists read RAIN for the exhibition.
Sunday 18 October Dog owners read RAIN for dogs.
Tuesday 20 October University shadow course reads RAIN for a gray sky.
FAMILY (card 10-19)
Thursday 22 October Neighbors read RAIN for abandoned houses.
Saturday 24 October Marine biologist reads RAIN for the ocean
Sunday 25 October Children read RAIN for parents.
Tuesday 27 October Parents on parental leave read RAIN for small children.
VILLAGE (card 20-29)
Thursday 29 October Research Scientist in public health reads RAIN for wet wipes
Saturday 31 October Senior citizen reads RAIN for student.
Sunday 1 November Building contractor reads RAIN for mold.
Tuesday 3 November Immigrant reads RAIN for wet asphalt.
UNIVERSITETY (card 30-39)
Thursday 5 November 18.00 – 19.30
TRUMPETEN: Flood victims read RAIN for TIME.
Reading, seminar and artist talk with Ateljé-kollektivet TRUMPETEN from
Part of RAIN in PARSE Biennial Research Conference on TIME. http://parsejournal.com/conference
Saturday 7 November Region developer reads RAIN for environmental engaged artists.
Sunday 8 November People with mold allergy read RAIN for dry air.
Tuesday 10 November University teachers read RAIN for knowledge.
MEMORY (card 40-44)
Thursday 12 November Art teacher students read RAIN for the future.
Saturday 14 November Workshop: Performing Future Memories (Kajsa & Fredric)
Sunday 15 November Environmental activist reads RAIN for the climate summit in
The exhibition ends on Sunday 15th November with a RAIN meeting that aim at bringing together art teacher, art students, art teacher students and artists to discuss and plan how to participate in the upcoming climate meting and demonstration which takes place on November 29 before the climate conference in Paris December 2015.
How do we adapt and survive a nature that reboot itself?
How do we cope with a future different climatic situation today?