Slow Future, Centre for Contemporary Art, Warzaw, 2014

June 28 – September 14, 2014
Group exhibition curated by Jota Castro
Centre for Contemporary Art, Warzaw

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Biotop, group exhibtion, Biological Museum, Stockholm, 2014

In April 2014, during the Stockholm Art Week, the group exhibtion Biotop was on show at the old Biological Museum at Djurgården in Stockholm. The exhibition was curated by Alida Ivanov and the participating artists were: Alexander Gutke, Allen Grubesic, Bigert & Bergström, Hilde Retzlaff, Ilja Karilampi, Johan Strandahl, Johanna Gustafsson Fürst, Karl Norin, Luca Frei, Maria Hedlund, Nadine Byrne, Simon Denny, Simon Mullan, Sophie Tottie and Willem Andersson.

Last Supper, 2005

The last supper has been given to prisoners facing the death penalty as long as the punishment has existed. The tradition stems from funeral rites where the deceased person was given food on ...
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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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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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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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Antechamber, 2001

From a bird’s-eye perspective a room is filmed with a fish-eye lens. The room has several exits, but the man trapped inside obviously has problems in escaping. The twists and turns of ...
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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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Love Is In The Air, 1997

This installation borrowed its title from the famous song celebrating the anti-gravitational aspects of love. The installation consisted of an exploded chamber where only the skeleton of the ...
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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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