Opening february 9, at 12pm-4pm.
The 13th century is part of what is often referred to as the dark Middle Ages - a period connected with war, plague and early witch persecution. By then, the Catholic Church formulated the first scriptures on why witches should be burned, something that would be executed for a few centuries ahead in Europe.
The artist Åsa Norman has looked at a couple of women's strategies to create space for working and living free from men's control during this period. Read more
Sebastian Dahlqvist in collaboration with Kerstin Altåker, Inger Bergman, Benny Damgaard, Johanna Herman Lundberg, Dinis Machado and Lina Lundquist.
The exhibition Scenes, from here, highlight stories from Gnesta and investigate how local history can be formulated and illustrated in new ways. Since the first visit to Gnesta 2016, artist Sebastian Dahlqvist has worked to find stories from the site that illustrate major social transformations. Read more
The exhibition is open Fri-Sun at 12-16 until Januari 20, 2019
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