Experiment – Eider & Farmer

The Nordic House Sæmundargata 11, Reykjavík

An artistic research project on a symbiotic relationship between eider and farmer by a group of designers and artists from Denmark, Iceland and Norway. Learning from this sustainable but gradually declining nordic heritage, the project gives rise to innovation and production of new artworks. The eider duck and the farmer have a mutually beneficial relationship. …

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Life in the Universe

The Nordic House Sæmundargata 11, Reykjavík

Liv is a girl that lives on the top floor in a house in the city, just beneath the starry sky. Liv’s father has told her that space is constantly expanding, like a balloon that is being blown up more and more. With her telescope, Liv looks up into space and takes on a journey …

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Even a worm will turn

The Nordic House Sæmundargata 11, Reykjavík

In the narrative of man as name giver, living creatures are transmuted into ideas, signs, or symbols.buy eriacta online healthcoachmichelle.com/wp-content/themes/twentytwentyone/inc/en/eriacta.html no prescription Imbuing animals with ideological, emotional, anthropomorphic identity traits. How does this narrative affect interspecies relations? Reflecting upon human -animal kinship we are confronted with the limitations of our species in its growing collective …

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Time Matter Remains Trouble

The Nordic House Sæmundargata 11, Reykjavík

The premise of the exhibition is an invitation to reflect and question the human practice of preservation of natural material, phenomena and knowledge.buy aciphex online blackmenheal.org/wp-content/themes/twentytwentytwo/inc/patterns/en/aciphex.html no prescription It is a conjuring up of scenarios for an aftermath or future scenarios of decay and transformation of matter and time, with or without the human race …

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Rockscramblers

The Nordic House Sæmundargata 11, Reykjavík

“Out of shadows, creeping, crawling…” Our summer exhibition for children, Rockscramblers, is inspired by the illustrated poetry of poet Mats Söderlund and illustrator Kathrina Skarðsá that was published in the anthology The Length and Breadth of the Nordic Region: Ecocritical currents in Nordic children’s and young people’s literature earlier this year (2021) under the Swedish …

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