sensory art

January 30 – April 26 2020

An art experience for several senses! Visitors encounter tactile art to feel and experience with colors, sounds, vibrations, hard and soft shapes and materials as well as exciting scents. They also get the opportunity to shape and develop one of the artworks together.

More information can be found in the Folder (available only in Swedish).

Participating artists

Multiversum – Åsa Langert is active as an artist both in Sweden and internationally. She works in a concrete, non-representational tradition where the works are freed from all imaginative, abstract elements. The interest primarily revolves around the color’s emotional communication and the line’s playful explosive power in dynamic movement.

Multiversum – Jens Hedman is an internationally established composer and sound artist who has been awarded several prizes for his work. His music and sound art, which explore spatiality, movement and timbre, have been performed at festivals, radio and museums around the world. Hedman is also part of the Spatial Opera Company and the Sidén Hedman duo, both of whom are working to develop the traditional concert form.

Maya Michaelsdotter Eriksson was born in 1985 and lives in Malmö. She is educated at the University of Design and Crafts in Gothenburg. Her work has been shown at Nationalmuseum, Liljevalchs and the Moderna Museets ArkDes. She has participated in several group exhibitions, including Ung Svensk Form (Young Swedish Form) 2017 and 2018. This is her first solo exhibition.

Jacob Dahlgren was born in 1970 and lives in Stockholm. He is educated at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts and at the School of Graphic Arts in Stockholm. His work has been exhibited both nationally and internationally, including at the Nationalmuseum, Bonniers konsthall, Moderna museet and P.S.1 Contempory Art Center/MoMA, New York. In 2007, he represented Sweden at the Venice Biennale.

Senses Lab are Maria Juhlin and Tomas Juhlin.

Installation view, Multiversum – Åsa Langert and Jens Hedman.