Like a drop of water in a rock crevasse, we permeate the difficult questions. We are the capillary force itself, in liquid form we move through a fragile explosive force. We seep down into dark soils. We seek for the roots themselves to take care of what wants to grow out of them. Art Lab Gnesta is constantly changing but is, at the same time, unshakable. We are experimenting with new alternatives in the present and the future(s). Through the artistic thought and the artistic work, we are a site for mourning, play and resistance.
Friday, June 3, 4-7 p.m. Guest curators Meryem Saadi and Sara Rossling present the exhibition ISLET FICTIONS – or the presence of the gap with artworks by Milagros Bedoya, Tatiana Danilveskaya and Abdellah M. Hassak. Akbar Hafezi cooks up a barbecue at Bryggeriholmen’s new outdoor grill, developed together with the kids in the Save the […] Read more
Saturday 28 May at 11-16 Inauguration with the help of Ardennes horse Conrad at 2 p.m. Nynäs slott, Tystberga Free admission all day At the old elm next to Nynäs kitchen garden, artists Kultivator have together with students from Öknaskolan’s nature management high school built, braided and woven a castle for biological diversity. Now we […] Read more
3-12 June Artists Milagros Bedoya, Tatiana Danilveskaya & Abdellah M. Hassak Curated by Sara Rossling & Meryem Saadi ISLET FICTIONS Or the presence of the gap explores Gnesta and Bryggeriholmen from a distance and fiction to fill gaps of non-on-site experience. The exhibition is the outcome of an open-ended collaborative project between two curators and […] Read more
Artists Milagros Bedoya, Tatiana Danilveskaya & Abdellah M. Hassak
Curated by Sara Rossling & Meryem Saadi
Welcome to Art Lab Gnesta!
Our home is the old brewery in Gnesta, where we work in residency studios, a risograph studio, a large greenhouse, a wasteland, workshops and gallery rooms. We do exhibitions, publications, talks, interventions and other events both in the brewery, in public space and with our collaborating partners. In our residency program, artists are invited to produce new artworks that cultivate discussions about our present and its possible future(s).
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