Studio 44 at Supermarket 2012 | "The Light Escape of Ideas" by Rikard Fåhraeus

Studio 44 at Supermarket 2012 | "The Light Escape of Ideas" by Rikard Fåhraeus
17 februari - 19 februari
SUPERMARKET 2012 - Stockholm Independent Art Fair - Studio 44 Stockholm
Rikard Fåhraeus Studio 44 Stockholm
Rikard Fåhraeus Studio 44 Stockholm
The Light Escape of Ideas, Rikard Fåhraeus, Supermarket

SUPERMARKET

Kulturhuset
3rd and 5th floor

Friday: 11-22
Saturday: 11-20
Sunday:11-18

Studio 44 at SUPERMARKET Independent Art Fair

The Light Escape of Ideas

Rikard Fåhraeus

The Light Escape of Ideas, Rikard Fåhraeus, Supermarket

Rikard Fåhraeus is representing Studio44 at Supermarket 2012 with a collection of works gathered under the name; "The Light Escape of Ideas"

“A rusty superhero without a landing
all antennas grew sails and went to sea
Stones listening for an inner life in the ether
A tombola with last years thoughts, whirled around with hope to rejuvenate
A lost arm showing the finger
Some impossibilities, if possible
and
new creations wondering
if there is anything new under the sun,
wearing sunglasses”

Information: Rikard Fåhraeus, 070-6440522, rik.far@brevet.nu

At the same time at Studio44

Arbetslinjen

Nils Agdler, Jannike Brantås, Åsa Eliason, Michael Ellburg, Rikard Fåhraeus, Christina Göthesson, My Häggbom, Karin Häll, Susanne Högdahl Holm, Andrèa Hösel, Monica Masser, Monica Melin, Ola Nilsson, Björn Olsén, Peter Westman

Is it possible to unite the official labor market policy with deep art processes?
Is it possible to define the process of making art in a work description?
How is society’s tolerance and acceptance for artistic activity in times of economic uncertainty affected?

Är arbetslinjens villkor möjliga att förena med fördjupade konstnärliga processer?
Går den konstnärliga processen att definiera i en arbetsbeskrivning?
Hur påverkas samhällets tolerans och acceptans för konstnärlig verksamhet i ekonomiskt kärva tider?

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Let me look into your eyes

Lotte Nilsson-Välimaa

“I don’t know, if it was the light that fell into his eyes in a strange way, but I do clearly remember how it affected me when I looked into the spherically green mixed circle, his iris. And my eyes were drawn further into the inevitable center, the dark pupil.”

Jag vet inte om det var ljuset som föll in på ett sällsamt sätt i hans ögon. Men jag minns tydligt hur jag blev drabbad då jag såg in i den sfäriskt grönmelerade rundeln, hans regnbågshinna. Och blicken drogs vidare in i den obönhörliga mittpunkten, den mörka pupillen.

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