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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Climate Chambers II, 1998

At the World Expo in Lisbon in 1998, Bigert & Bergström were commissioned to create the main exhibition for the Swedish pavilion. The installation “Climate Chambers II” was an ...
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The Global Tendency Machine, 1998

In 1998 Stockholm was elected cultural capital of Europe. Bigert & Bergström created a sculptural architecture nicknamed “The Cockroach” as part of the exhibition “The ...
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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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Bubblegum Pink, 1996

The expression Bubblegum Pink originated in the American prison system. The color was used in special cells to calm and soothe aggressive prisoners. In the installation ...
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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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Climate Chambers I, 1994

Five sculptural chambers encircle a centrally placed inflated dome. This forms the molecular floor plan of “Climate Chambers I”. The participants, through revolving doors, enter a ...
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Super Cells, 1992

Super cells are among the strongest weather phenomena on earth. When a series of thunderstorms connect, and reach an altitude where the jet stream affects their circulation, the outcome can be ...
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Studio Bigert & Bergström

Västmannagatan 73
113 26 Stockholm


Mats Bigert
+46 708 57 86 52

Lars Bergström
+46 708 57 86 53

Represented by:
Gallery Niklas Belenius, Stockholm

Galerie Barbara Thumm, Berlin
Cis Art Lodgers, Barcelona


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