Inverted Space Molecules

The concept of turning spaces inside out using photography derives from earlier works like the Climate Chambers I and II, in which the visitor enters elaborate, room-size ...
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Triviality Inverted, 2001

In “Triviality Inverted”, a fish-eye lens is used to project video images on the inside of a transparent hemispherical tent. The images tell the everyday story of an elderly man, in ...
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Pep Talk, 1999

In the works of the Swedish artist duo, Mats Bigert and Lars Bergström, the intricate mixture of technological brilliance and socio-political sensitivity often dazzles the viewer, and ...
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The Waiting Room, 2002

The Swedish word for importantviktigt literally means “a thing of considerable weight”. Swedes often talk about heavy ideas and weighty thoughts. So, ...
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Nauseum, 2004

In November 1893, the Biological Museum at Djurgården (Stockholm) was inaugurated. It was the brainchild of the Swedish taxidermist Gustav Kolthoff, who developed the museum together with the ...
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Pep Talk, 2003

Outside the public ice rink in Älta, East of Stockholm, stands a group of street lights in an awkward formation. Like a team of hockey players, the street lights have bent their globes slightly ...
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Thought Incognito, Rooms for Reflections, 2001

For the new Faculty of Arts-building of Linköping University, Sweden, we made an installation in two parts. The first part, “Thought Incognito”, is a social sculpture in the entry ...
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Full Stop, 2003

The sculpture Full Stop consists of a black polyester sphere supported by a system of wheels that makes it possible to move in any direction. On one side there is a small door that allows the ...
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Tomorrow's Weather, Copenhagen, 2009

The electric light installation “Tomorrow's Weather, Copenhagen” consists of 125 atmospheric molecules (H2O, CO2, N2, O3 etc.) lighting up the new headquarters of the Danish ...
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Looped Incubator, 1995

A performance-installation where we walk on a revolving floor inside an inflated incubator. We walk for four hours every day in opposite directions, while maintaining the same distance from one ...
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Contact

Studio Bigert & Bergström

Address:
Västmannagatan 73
113 26 Stockholm
Sweden

Email:
post@bigertbergstrom.com

Mats Bigert
Phone:
+46 708 57 86 52
Email:
bigert@bigertbergstrom.com

Lars Bergström
Phone:
+46 708 57 86 53
Email:
bergstrom@bigertbergstrom.com

Represented by:
Gallery Niklas Belenius, Stockholm

Galerie Barbara Thumm, Berlin
Cis Art Lodgers, Barcelona

 

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