GIBCA-Extended 2017 Galleri 54_M

Galleri 54

Inna di Video Light – Anna Rokka & Rut Karin Zettergren, 6 Sep–1 Oct / Det var en tid då allt var möjligt – all makt till fantasin! – Mats Eriksson Dunér, 6–8 Oct / BL-OM-MA, SK-A-LA – Anne Pira, 20 Oct–12 Nov

Address: Kastellgatan 7, Gothenburg

Opening Hours: Tuesday–Friday 1 pm–5 pm, Saturday–Sunday 12 noon–4 pm

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Inna di Video Light – Anna Rokka & Rut Karin Zettergren, 6 Sep–1 Oct

Video Installation

In the video installation Inna di Video Light, viewers are guided through the dancehall of explosive music and dance culture by the Internet Dollz, two It Girl cyborgs. Meet the stars, dancehall queens and kings for 100 long party nights in Kingston, interlaced with life online in a dream-like hyperreality. The club scene is the setting for loud displays of emotion and physical outbursts that are intensified by the camera’s presence. This debauchery has perhaps taken place in a time gone by, in the form of spiritual rituals, but is captured here by the parallel universe of virtual reality, where the users reinterpret and transform it. Here, the Internet epitomizes the collective subconscious of the globalised world, which encompasses everything from the most forbidden and brutal, to the most loving, accommodating and personal. Dive into the world of Inna di Video Light, where there is no longer a distinct boundary between the cinematic and the physical, or between dreaming and living.

On 5 September, an artist talk will be held at the City Library. The artists will also show the work to youths during the exhibition.

 

Det var en tid då allt var möjligt – all makt till fantasin!Mats Eriksson Dunér, 68 Oct

Video Installation

Mats Eriksson Dunér shows a collage film about the activity centre Gamla Bro in Stockholm. The title translates into English as There was a time when anything was possible—power to the imagination!

 

BL-OM-MA, SK-A-LA – Anne Pira, 20 Oct–12 Nov

Exhibition

The title of this exhibition, BL-OM-MA, SK-A-LA (FL-OW-WER, PE-EL) indicates a theme that Anne Pira has been exploring for some time. The exhibition features works incorporating various techniques, including painting.