press release

The exhibition uses the history of the Stockholm Free Port as its point of departure. The invited artists have produced new works in relation to the port and to Magasin 3 as a historic building. All members of this unique constellation of artists work in a performance-related way with installations. Janine Antoni regards her work as an ongoing process not unlike the daily chores which, to a great extent, constitute our lives. Bock's 'actions', or 'lectures', are made in installations he creates with simple forms of architecture and objects. Cosima von Bonin works broadly with sculpture, photography, installations, film and performances, often in collaboration with other artists. For the exhibition Paul D. Miller a.k.a. DJ Spooky created two new works based on sound samples collected in the Free Port. For the opening, Miller also made a performance.

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Free Port

mit Janine Antoni, John Bock, Cosima von Bonin, Paul D. Miller a.k.a. DJ Spooky