The works in Eco-
International ongoing exhibitions
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The exhibition includes video works, drawings, sound work, books and installations by Ursula Biemann (b. 1955, Switzerland) and Paulo Tavares (b. 1980, Brazil), Carolina Caycedo (b. 1978, United Kingdom), the international group Futurefarmers, Marjetica Potrč (b. 1953, Slovenia), Samuel Roturier (b. 1982, France), Erik Sjödin (b. 1979, Sweden), Leena Valkeapää (b. 1964, Finland) and Oula-
The book Eco-
Jochen Lempert: Sudden Spring -
Since the early 1990s, artist Jochen Lempert has been working with black-
In the exhibition space, Jochen Lempert displays his photographs without frames or other mountings. On close inspection, paradoxical and completely unexpected connections start to emerge between the images. By bringing motifs with common visual elements together, Lempert allows his subjects to initiate new, unexpected dialogues and thus opens up for new interpretations and associations.
Jochen Lempert (b. 1958) is living and working in Hamburg, Germany. His works have been shown over the world, but this is his first solo exhibition in the Nordic region. In 2017, Jochen Lempert received the prestigious Camera Austria Award for Contemporary Photography.
John Akomfrah: Purple -
Also on show at Bildmuseet this Summer: Purple is an immersive six-
In this epic film work, John Akomfrah combines archival material with newly staged footage and a hypnotic sound score. The new film sequences were recorded in regions with particularly climate-
John Akomfrah (b. 1957 in Accra, Ghana) lives and works in London. He was one of the founders of the Black Audio Film Collective, a co-
A gauche: Ursula Biemann / Paulo Tavares, Forest Law (video still), 2014. A droite: Jochen Lempert, Pansy, 2004. © Jochen Lembert / Bildupphovsrätt. Courtesy of the artists.