From Home and Country (Ann-Mari Lindberg)
Arctic Heat Film Festival ( Arktisen Upeeta ) is a film festival concentrating on Nordic film culture and is taking place in Jyväskylä, Finland. Home and Country is screened on the 15th of february. The screening is part of Av-Arkki‘s 25th anniversary.
From Home and Country (detail of drawing by Ann-Mari Lindberg)
Happy to announce that Home and Country will have its German premiere at the 10th Berlin International Directors Lounge on the 13th of February. Home and Country is distributed by Av-Arkki.
From the Speech Karaoke workshop
Speech Karaoke by The Speech Karaoke Action Group is part of the official program of the International Film festival Rotterdam. A Speech Karaoke event will take place on wednesday 27th of January.
Home and country is competing at Helsinki short film festival (12-17.11.2013) and Festival Internacional de cortometrajes – FENACO Perú (13-16.11.2013)
From the Love and Anarchy festival - event, September 2013
Speech Karaoke events are coming up in Helsinki and Riihimäki.
19.10.2013 Bar Sandro Helsinki, part of the Masque – theatre festival. 9pm – 2am
21.10.2013 Vihreä Talo, Riihimäki, part of the Art Häme – festival. 7pm -
Free entry, Welcome !
From The Artist is present (2013)
The Artist is present exhibition that is part of the Art goes kapakka festival is updated with new photos. As a part of the project Lindberg was a guest in the radio show Morgonöppet on Radio Vega. Listen to the interview here (in swedish) :
Sketch for the work in the form of a mind map
During the Art goes Kapakka- bar festival Carl Sebastian Lindberg will realize a performance and conceptual artwork called ”The artist is present” that refers to Marina Abramović’s eponymous work, where Abramović was seated and simply present in the exhibithion space.
Lindberg will come as a ”customer” to the restaurant, and eat or drink something.
Staged situation (Preparing for performance)
There will not be any notification of the appearances in advance. Images will afterwards be added to Lindberg’s exhibithion in restaurant O’Malley’s, and to social media. The exhibithion in O’Malley’s is updated during the festival as the work progresses.
Lindberg writes: ”With the arrival of social media one’s own everyday life and identity is to an larger extent performing, something one creates. Doing selfportraits is no longer reserved only for artists, and performing no longer only for actors.This work will be situated in this twilight zone between art and life.”
Stillimage from World Champions
BEAT: An evening celebration of Artist Moving Image, 26th July 2013.
“World Champions” is screened at the Independent Cinema MK. BEAT will showcase the work of artists working with film and video, providing a new platform to exhibit experimental art film. The event is organised by MK Gallery and ICMK.
Russian Prisoners of War in Siuntio 1942, From Home and Country
Home and Country is shown in the exhibition “MK Calling” 27 June – 31 July.
The exhibithion is curated by David Rayson, artist and Head of Painting at the Royal College of Art, London; Professor Gill Perry, Head of External Collaborations at The Open University;and Emma-Jayne Taylor, Director of Artworks MK, Milton Keynes.
From Home and Country, kids in front of the German School (detail)
Home and Country is screened at Eyebeam in New York, 18th May, as part of the 8th annual video_dumbo festival.
Internationell Konst Film Utställning, IKFU, is a pioneering project to promote interest in contemporary art in the Jönköping region of central southern Sweden. It is an international biennial exhibition of art of the moving image. Home and Country is screened at Vandalorum 9.3-7.4.2013.
From Home and Country, Childhood drawing by Ann-Mari Lindberg
The Spring Exhibition (‘Forårsudstillingen’) is one of the most important open submission exhibitions in Europe, and has been held annually in Copenhagen since 1857. It originated as an exhibition showing new works by Danish artists and now features participants from many countries. Over the years it has included early works by such renowned international figures as Alvar Aalto, Per Kirkeby, Olafur Eliasson, Kirstine Roepstorff and many others. The exhibition is organised by Charlottenborg Fonden.
The Jury for The Spring Exhibition 2013:
- Louise Campbell (1970, DK), designer (chair)
- Phil Collins (1970, UK), artist
- Markus Degerman (1972, SE), designer and architect
- Marie Kølbæk Iversen (1981, DK), artist
- Kati T. Kivinen (1975, FI), curator
The exhibition is open 1.3-12.5.2013