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SMITTANDE ORO OCH MOD

An art project about freedom of expression

During GIBCA Extended, this project will participate via five municipalities with four works that were previously shown separately. This is the first and last time they are shown together.

From 1 February to 17 May, the 12 municipalities participating in the project Smittande oro och mod (Contageous fear and courage) have simultaneously and periodically shown a new, unique work of art in 12 copies, highlighting fear and courage in the context of democracy and freedom of expression. The participating artists are: Nina Bondeson (SE), Kendell Geers (ZA), Carl Michael von Hausswolff (SE) and Esther Shalev-Gerz (FR). Curator: Jörgen Svensson.

For information about all the participating municipalities and the project in general, please visit: www.smittandeoromod.se

 

Härryda: Nemeshallen, Mölnlycke kulturhus, 30 Sep–14 Oct

Biblioteksgatan 2, Mölnlycke

Opening Hours: Monday–Thursday 8 am–7 pm, Friday 8 am–5 pm, Saturday 11 am–3 pm

Website: www.harryda.se/kultur

Events at Mölnlycke Kulturhus:

Lecture (in Swedish): Vad är grejen med samtidskonst? (What’s the thing with contemporary art?), Thursday, 5 Oct at 5 pm, in Lilla Salen.

Maria Carlgren from Kultur i Väst talks about contemporary art, what it is and can be, in various styles and media. Admission free.

Performance: Experiment with Dreams, Thursday, 5 Oct at 6 pm, in Lilla Salen.

Musical reading of a text by Leif Elggren and Thomas Liljenberg, performed by the artists Cecilia Runesson and Hanna Chawki. Admission free.

 

Kungsbacka: Kulturhuset Fyren, 5–17 Sep
Borgmästaregatan 6, Kungsbacka
Opening Hours: Monday–Thursday 10 am–8 pm, Friday 10 am–6 pm, Saturday–Sunday 11 am–3 pm

Events at Kulturhuset Fyren:

Guided Tour: Wednesday, 13 Sep at 6 pm.

 

Lilla Edet: Outside the Town Hall, 16 Sep–1 Oct
Järnvägsgatan 12, Lilla Edet
Opening on Saturday, 16 September at 11.30 am–12 noon

Opening Hours: Round-the-clock

Events at Lilla Edet:

The exhibition starts with a performance by the music school, an opening address by the municipal commissioner Carlos Rebelo da Silva, a song by Jomard Ammara and his daughter Sherin Ammara (one of Sweden’s biggest YouTube sisters), and a presentation of #Jagärhär, an anti-hate group on Facebook, which is contagiously courageous.

 

Stenungssund: Kulturhuset Fregatten, 9–23 Sep
Fregatten 2, Stenungsund

Opening hours: Monday–Friday 10 am–7 pm, Saturday 10 am–3 pm
Website: www.stenungsund.se

Events at Kulturhuset Fregatten:
Lecture (in Swedish): Yttrandefrihet/Bildkonst (Freedom of expressionv/visual arts) with Thord Tamming, Tuesday, 19 September at 7 pm.

Admission SEK 80. Organized by Kultur & Studieförbundet Vuxenskolan.

 

Öckerö: Utställningshallen, Öckerö Library, 9–23 Sep
Sockenvägen 4, Öckerö
Opening Hours: Monday–Thursday 10 am–7 pm, Friday 10 am–4 pm, Saturday 10 am–2 pm
Website: www.ockero.se/utstallningshallen