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LÁ Art Museum Austurmörk 21, Hveragerði

Networking between East and North. Avant-garde artists from the Eastern Bloc wanted to connect to the Western art world in the sixties and seventies. At the same time, Icelandic art scene was opening to Fluxus and mail art due to the widespread networking by the artists and galleries such as SÚM and Gallery Suðurgata 7. …

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Ingunn Fjóla Ingþórsdóttir: You are the Input

LÁ Art Museum Austurmörk 21, Hveragerði

Curator: Erin Honeycutt In You are the Input, Ingunn Fjóla explores the tension between order and disorder in a playful manner. The installation is first of all painterly, in the sense that a system of patterns can be painterly. Within this system is an immersive experience in which the visitor operates the shifting scene as …

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Magnús Helgason: ROLL ON

LÁ Art Museum Austurmörk 21, Hveragerði

Curator: Erin Honeycutt In his work, Magnús often uses found material that he transforms into either two-dimensional paintings or three-dimensional installations. He chooses objects and materials, sometimes transformed by nature or man-made for other purposes, and reassembles them into a new whole, often playing with the distinction between material and object.buy light pack online www.adentalcare.com/wp-content/themes/medicare/editor-buttons/images/en/light-pack.html …

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Þórdís Erla Zoega: Routine

LÁ Art Museum Austurmörk 21, Hveragerði

In Hringrás / Orbit, a circle of plexiglass encased in dichroic film rotates clockwise like a planetary diagram from the ceiling, casting an array of variable lighting effects on the floor of the exhibition space. A spotlight illuminates the circle, creating a play of shape and shadow in the recesses of the room. Further adding …

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Lóa H. Hjálmtýsdóttir: Powersuit

LÁ Art Museum Austurmörk 21, Hveragerði

In Powersuit, the artist and musician Lóa H. Hjálmtýsdóttir seeks to answer the question: How can humans be magnificent creations and delusional people at the same time? The powersuit is the feminine version of the classic men’s suit and is presented as a symbol of the wearers’ belief that they are in control of reality. …

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Fertility: Old and New from the Museum Collection

LÁ Art Museum Austurmörk 21, Hveragerði

A pop-up exhibition in the foyer which is also a foretaste of our upcoming large-scale show for the 60th anniversary of the museum founding that will be held in 2023. Curated by Zsóka Leposa.

Guðrún Gunnarsdóttir & Inger-Johanne Brautaset: The Ocean Survives Without Us

LÁ Art Museum Austurmörk 21, Hveragerði

“The Ocean survives without us” is a collaborative project about the ocean between Iceland and Norway where we wish to dive into an unknown, unexplored underworld – we swim between sharks, plants, plankton and unknown species, and now, in addition, also plastics, a new breed. The book “Shark Drunk” by Morten Strøksnes has been a …

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Róska

LÁ Art Museum Austurmörk 21, Hveragerði

Artist and activist Róska was one of a kind. Art smouldered inside her, and the undercurrent of her art practice was personal, avant-garde and surreal. Róska, whose full name was Ragnhildur Óskarsdóttir, was born in 1940 in Reykjavík. She never balked in her creative process, and did not hesitate to express herself on absolutely any …

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Turbulence

LÁ Art Museum Austurmörk 21, Hveragerði

The Icelandic Love Corporation, Katrín Elvarsdóttir, Kristín Gunnlaugsdóttir, Sara Björnsdóttir & Elísabet Jökulsdóttir Aqua Maria 2018 – The Icelandic Love Corporation. Aqua Maria features a soprano singing inside a space that resembles a steam bath but as the scene progresses, the space becomes more ambiguous. During her singing drops of water condense in her hair and face, becoming …

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Anna Kolfinna Kuran: Takeover

LÁ Art Museum Austurmörk 21, Hveragerði

Takeover is a performance series by Anna Kolfinna Kuran, which aims to fill different spaces with femme energy and bodies. The work revolves around the artist’s reflections on women’s visibility in our society. In Iceland one cannot claim that women are invisible or without voice. But which women do we see and hear? Who are …

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