ELÍN HANSDÓTTIR & ÁSMUNDUR SVEINSSON
16.04.16 – 09.10.16
OPENING 16th of Arpil at 16:00
curator: Dorothée Kirch
06.06.15 – 07.06.15
from 11:00 – 16:00
Turtle Salon in the Project Rooms is a weekend of artist film and video at Färgfabriken. With videoworks by:
Lawrence Weiner (US), Ori Gersht (ISR), Kjartan Slettemark & Hans Esselius (SE), Rod Dickinson (UK), Mikhail Karikis (GR), Rirkrit Tiravanija (AR), DoddaMaggý (IS), Michael Curran (UK), Sofia Dahlgren (SE), David Blandy (UK), Elín Hansdóttir (IS), Larry Achiampong (UK), Jem Cohen (US), Marlene Haring (AT), Michael H Shamberg (US), Elisabeth S Clark & Luke Aaron Clark (UK), Ruben Montini (IT), Alexander Pohnert (D), Bjørn Venø (NO), Ned Richardson (US), Francesco Fonassi (IT), Anthony Auerbach (UK), Meg Mosley (UK), Biters (Larry Achiampong & David Blandy) (UK), Nick Cash (UK), nüans (D,TR,JP), Sarah Miles (UK), Stephen Dorian Kutos (US), Sunee H Markosov (KR), Angelica Bergamini (IT), Anna Faroqhi & Haim Peretz (D), Daniel Devlin (UK), Eiji Suzue (JP), Joana Roberto (PT), Joshua Frankel (D), Katia Roessel (D), Martin Hardouin Duparc (FR), MJWB & the NOLA ARTICHOKE BAND (US), Ila Wingen (D), Linda Petersson (SE), Malin Ståhl (SE), Emma Wieslander (SE), Sara Bjarland (FI), Gerbrand Burger (NL), Alex Kent (UK) and Rebecca Mir Grady (US).
at 18:00 & 18:30
cinema BÍÓ PARADIS
Premiere of the film SUSPENSION OF DISBELIEF in Iceland as part of the Reykjavík Arts Festival.
02.05.15 – 27.05.15
Kurfürstenstraße 13, 10785
Saâdane Afif, Bettina Buck, Samuel Dowd, Eric Ellingsen, Hreinn Friðfinnsson, Hadley+Maxwell, Elín Hansdóttir, Lasse Schmidt Hansen, Karl Holmqvist, Emma Waltraud Howes, Hervé Humbert, Susanne Kriemann, Tanaz Modabber, EgillSæbjörnsson, Tomás Saraceno, Alvaro Urbano
15.03.14 – 25.05.15
KW – Center for Contemporary Art
opening saturday 14.03.15
Salon edition #2
10 works by 10 artists, in edition of 100
Anna Hrund Másdóttir, Arnar Ásgeirsson, Áslaug Í. K. Friðjónsdóttir, Baldvin Einarsson, Curver Thoroddsen, Eggert Pétursson, Elín Hansdóttir, Emma Heiðarsdóttir, Margrét Blöndal,
published by GAMLI SFINXINN, Reykjavík Iceland
30.10.14 – 01.11.14
Institut für Raumexperimente, Berlin University of the Arts
within the exhibition
David Chipperfield – Sticks and Stones
Neue Nationalgalerie, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin
01.03.14 – 13.04.14
Den Frie Udstillingsbygning
AVPD, Bank & Rau, benandsebastian
Margrét Bjarnadóttir & Elín Hansdóttir.
01.03.14 – 20.04.14
Carsten Fock, Niklas Goldbach, Elín Hansdóttir, Bettina Hutschek, Sylbee Kim, Sara Lehn, Achim Lengerer, Pia Linz, Adrian Lohmüller, Marina Naprushkina, Mario Pfeifer, Anatoly Shuravlev, Sabina Maria van der Linden, Ming Wong und Amir Yatziv
With the exhibition Give Us The Future, Neuer Berliner Kunstverein takes on the task to showcase the scholars of the Berlin Senate scholarship of Fine Arts.
Iceland Academy of the Arts
Department of Fine Arts
Laugarnesvegur 91, Reykjavík, Iceland.
18.09.13 – 27.10.13
benandsebastian, Anton Burdakov, Libia Castro & Ólafur Ólafsson, Tatiana Echeverri Fernandez, Eric Ellingsen,
Jean-Pascal Flavien, Hreinn Friðfinnsson, Elín Hansdóttir,
Florian Neufeldt, Sophia Pompéry.
Cassandra Edlefsen Lasch & Annabelle von Girsewald
Hreinn Friðfinnsson‘s House Project (1974- ) & Georges Perec‘s Espèces d‘espaces (1974)
30.08.13 – 27.10.13
Ilmur Stefánsdóttir, Marcos Zotes, Theresa Himmer,
Elín Hansdóttir, Gordon Matta-Clark
curated by Anna María Bogadóttir
An exhibition of works by visual artists and architects exploring the ambiguous and complex experience of the public space of the art gallery. The exhibition includes new works, some of which are based on historical material, reflecting ideas and plans that in many cases never became actual projects. An exploration of Hafnarborg, the building and it´s history, leads to discoveries that inspire new works revolving around as well as expanding the space of the museum.
28.04.13 – 25.08.13
KW Institute for Contemporary Art
Gabriel Abrantes, Ute Adamczewski, AIDS-3D, Ulf Aminde, Kader Attia, Giles Bailey, Sladja Blazan, Matthias Böhler & Christian Orendt, Jochen Dehn, Martin Ebner, Ólafur Elíasson, EventArchitectuur, Claire Fontaine, William Forsythe, Robin Fox, Stephan Geene, Patrycja German, Goldin+Senneby, Milena Gregor, Hadley+Maxwell, Jan Peter Hammer, Elín Hansdóttir, Bethan Huws, Kartenrecht, Martin Kohlbauer, Birgit Kohler, Rudolf Kreis, Nikolaus Kuhnert, Annika Larsson, Mark Leckey, Robert Lippok, Eunice Martins, Augustin Maurs, Angela Melitopoulos, Margarida Mendes, Olaf Nicolai, Michael Portnoy, Johannes Paul Raether, Reactor, Sabine Reinfeld, Willem de Rooij, Constanze Ruhm, Susanne Sachsse, Georgia Sagri, Ines Schaber, Stefanie Schulte Strathaus, Nedko Solakov, Cally Spooner, Klasse Hito Steyerl, Ana Teixeira Pinto, Ryan Trecartin and Lizzie Fitch, Daniel Tyradellis, Felix Vogel, Joseph Vogl, Ian White, Nicole Wolf, Florian Wüst, Florian Zeyfang, and others.
01.06.12 – 30.06.12
!Mediengruppe Bitnik, Dus Architects, Martijn Engelbregt, Spiros Hadjidjanos, Elín Hansdóttir, Wayne Horse, INTK, Caleb Larsen, Moniker, Baden Pailthorpe, Hamid el Kanbouhi.
17.04.12 – 22.05.12
Kleine Humboldt Galerie
Opening 17.04.12, 19:00-22:00
Anonymous, Nikusha Chkhaidze, Maurice Doherty, Constantin Hartenstein, Elín Hansdóttir, Nadia Kaabi-Linke, Dan Perjovschi, Nasan Tur, Sandra Schäfer, Santiago Sierra, Klaus Staeck, Clemens Wilhelm, Qi Zi , u.a.
13 km route de L´Ourika
Dar Al-Ma’mûn invites the inhabitants of Akara to a dialogue in darija with journalist and playwright Driss Ksikes about art in public space. The event will take place on the field next to Mud Brick Spiral by Elín Hansdóttir. The discussion will be followed by a dinner, everybody is welcome.
In the book, the subjective and objective aspects of the installation PATH come together, through the interaction of text and images. The book is suggestive of the role of memory when reconstructing experience; of how tactile elements fuse to form a whole, determined by the structure of the installation and the more abstract experiences of each individual encountering the work.
Marrakech Biennale, Marrakech, Morocco
29.02.12 – 03.06.12
curated by Carson Chan & Nadim Sammam
Anri Sala, Aleksandra Domanović, Alex Schweder La & Khadija Carroll La, Alexander Ponomarev, Andrew Ranville, Barkow Leibinger Architects (Frank Barkow, Regine Leibinger, Project Architect: Gustav Düsing), Centre des Arts Contemporains Marrakech, Le Cube and Collectif Island 6, Christopher Mayo, CocoRosie (Bianca Casady, Sierra Casady), Elín Hansdóttir, Ethan Hayes-Chute, Eva Grubinger, Faouzi Laatiris, Felix Kiessling, Finnbogi Pétursson, Florian & Michael Quistrebert, Gideon Lewis-Kraus, Hadley+Maxwell, Hassan Darsi, Joe Clark, Jon Nash, Juliana Cerqueira Leite, Juergen Mayer H., Katarzyna Przezwańska, Katia Kameli, Karthik Pandian, Leung Chi Wo, Luca Pozzi, Matthew Stone & Phoebe Collings-James, Megumi Matsubara, Pascale Marthine Tayou, Roger Hiorns, Sinta Werner, Sophie Erlund, Tue Greenfort, Younes Baba-Ali, جماعة
STUK arts center, Leuven, Belgium
14.02.12 – 23.02.12
THE SOCIAL CONTRACT
Julieta Aranda & Anton Vidokle, Christin Lahr, Ariel Orozco,
irational.org, Vlatka Horvat, Jeanne van Heeswijk, Artist Placement Group, Constant, Benedetta Maxia & António Louro, Pedro Reyes, Jimmie Durham, Elín Hansdóttir, Samuel Bianchini, Herman Asselberghs, Radek Community, Lucy Kimbell & Andrew Barry, Geoff Cox, INTK, !Mediengruppe Bitnik & Sven …, Sarah Vanhee, plan b
Gerdarsafn Museum, Kópavogur, Iceland
19.11.11 – 08.01.12
exhibition celebrating the second edition of ENDEMI art magazine.
Anna Líndal, Ásta Ólafsdóttir, Guðrún Hrönn Ragnarsdóttir
Eva Ísleifsdóttir, Katrín Sigurðardóttir, Elín Hansdóttir
Þorvaldur Jónsson, Sara Björnsdóttir, Gjörningaklúbburinn
Greg Barret, Birgir Snæbjörn Birgisson, Jóhanna Kristbjörg Sigurðardóttir.
Wood Street Galleries
15.07.11 – 10.06.12
Part of Long are the Days, Short are the Nights
with works by Bryndís Hrönn Ragnarsdóttir, Darri Lorenzen, Egill Sæbjörnsson, Elín Hansdóttir, Finnbogi Pétursson, Hekla Dögg Jónsdóttir, Hrafnkell Sigurðsson, Kolbeinn Hugi Höskuldsson & Snorri Ásmundsson.
943 Liberty Avenue, Downtown Pittsburgh.
Friday, Saturday 11am – 8pm
Wednesday June 15th 2011, 20:00
10783 Berlin, Germany
Salon Populaire invites you to participate in an evening dedicated to the notion of the gift. Taking up on the ancient Greek tradition of coming together to eat and drink while at the same time discussing philosophical questions, the Salon continues it’s series of joint dinner-conversations.
Dinner by Elin Hansdóttir & Lynn Peemoeller
catalog published by 0047
curated by Carson Chan
(John McCusker & Sara Hartman).
artists: AIDS-3D (US), Caitlin Berrigan (US), Daisy Ginsberg (UK), Elín Hansdóttir (IS), Markus Miessen (DE), Nicolas Dusollier (FR), Paolo Chiasera (IT), Patricia Reed (CA), Ralf Pflugfelder (DE), Sabina Grasso (IT), Sascha Pohflepp (DE), Susanne Gerber (DE), Thomas Eller (DE), Valerie Kolakis (CA)
As the final installment to the two exhibitions curated by Carson Chan in the spring of 2010, 0047 is proud to announce the launch of And the Seasons They Go Round and Round, the catalog to the exhibitions of the same names. Featuring essays by New Yorker writer Nick Paumgarten, artist and writer Patricia Reed, and economist Amin Samman, the catalog seeks to expand the investigation of the overall geometry of our social, aesthetic and economic life that was initiated by the exhibitions.
Bülowstraße 90, 20:00
by Luis Berríos- Negrón, Elín Hansdóttir, Mendel Heit, Fotini Lazaridou- Hatzigoga, and The Product with Jens Wunderling
With contributions by Morgan Belenguer, Miodrag Kuc, urbikon, and Leah Whitman- Salkin; external contributions by Ross Adams, Hilary Brown, François Bucher, Jean Gardner, Mark Jarzombek, Pia Marais, Walter Mercado, Paul Ryan, and Hannes Schmidt.
22.05.10 – 24.07.10
Espace d’Art Contemporain La Tôlerie, Clermont Ferrand, France
Valere Costes, Julien Discrit, Franziska Furter, Henrik Hakansson, Elin Hansdottir, Claire Morgan, Andrea Polli, Frédéric Pradeau, Evariste Richer, Semiconductor, Superflex.
23.04.10 – 23.05.10
In keeping with the exhibition’s theme, several of the pieces shown will purposely problematize the boundaries between the artworks, the gallery and the public sphere, and blurred separations between the fields of art and architecture.
AIDS-3D (US), Caitlin Berrigan (US), Daisy Ginsberg (UK), Elín Hansdóttir (IS), Markus Miessen (DE), Nicolas Dusollier (FR), Paolo Chiasera (IT), Patricia Reed (CA), Ralf Pflugfelder (DE), Sabine Grasso (IT), Sascha Pohflepp (DE), Susanne Gerber (DE), Thomas Eller (DE), Valerie Kolakis (CA)
Curated by Carson Chan.
28.03.10 – 27.05.10
Internationale Biennale für Lichtkunst
Open light in private spaces is the title of the world’s first BIENNALE FOR INTERNATIONAL LIGHT ART, which takes place in the eastern Ruhr metropolis in the context of the European Capital of Culture RUHR.2010. An exhibition project that sets out to present works of art by internationally renowned artists in 60 private spaces of inhabitants of the cities of Bergkamen, Bönen, Fröndenberg/Ruhr, Hamm, Lünen and Unna.
Curated by Matthias Wagner K.
27.03.10 – 30.05.10
ACVIC Centre d’Arts Contemporanies
As part of the show, Book Space is presented in public libraries.
19.03.10 – 01.05.10
Redux Contemporary Art Center
Charleston, South Carolina, USA.
The exhibition is organized by the Brooklyn-based contemporary art journal Paper Monument. Since its inception in 2007, Paper Monument has provided an independent perspective on art and culture, showcasing new writing and presenting original, commissioned works by emerging artists. This exhibition brings together artwork by contributors to Paper Monument as well as projects featured in its pages.
06.02.10 – 05.03.10
Egill Sæbjörnsson, Davíd Örn Halldórsson, Pétur Már Gunnarsson, Bjarni Massi, Örvar Þóreyjarson Smárason and Elín Hansdóttir.
26.01.10 – 25.04.10
Centre d’Art La Panera
This project by Javier Peñafiel, which was realized with Gloria Picazo’s agreement, is intended as a reflection about the word as a multiple-meanings bearer. From a written or spoken word in both cases denied or silenced, going through a phrase and desire we obtain the instructions for narration.
As part of the show, Book Space is presented in the following public libraries:
Biblioteca Pública de Lleida
Universitat de Lleida. Servei de Biblioteca i documentació. Biblioteca de Cappont
Universitat de Lleida. Servei de Biblioteca i documentació. Biblioteca de Lletres
09.12.09 – 08.01.10
Unosolo project room
Palazzo Santacroce, Via Degli Specchi 20
Headlands Center for the Arts
Location: Building 944, Eastwing
7:30 PM – 9:00 PM
Where does the human impulse to take the world apart and put it back together come from? 2009 AIR Elín Hansdóttir tackles this impulse by reconstructing the built environment around her. In creating architectural interventions, Hansdóttir points to the incredible power that architecture has over our every day movements and interactions. Her work calls attention to the close ties between our understanding of the world and the material realities that surround us. 2009 AIR Scott Oliver uses the process of dismantling and reassembling to repurpose every day objects, making them useful in new ways. These artists will present site-specific work that illustrates how disassembling physical objects can help construct an idea of reality.
17.05.09 – 16.08.09
Bob Braine & Leslie C. Reed, Elín Hansdóttir, Erik Olofsen, Guido van der Werve, John Wood & Paul Harrison
Appropriation of space, loss of space, space displacement and social space make up the four perspectives out of which the cooperation of GAK Gesellschaft für Aktuelle Kunst Bremen, Künstlerhaus Bremen, Halle für Kunst Lüneburg and Kunstverein Harburger Bahnhof traces the current intermediate condition of todays artistic production.
19.03.9 – 17.05.09
Reykjavik Art Museum
What is the relevance of adding a false facade to a building, the deception of which is revealed by a single step (pace) sideways ? What happens if an exhibition hall is obliterated? What happens when a room which you assume to be situated in, is in fact another room? How can we speak of a specific point of view, in light of its relative nature?
With her installation in hall A Elin Hansdottir eradicates the distinction between private and public space; those familiar places in our lives that are continually shifting as a consequence of changes in the nature of society and its values. The individual not only orients herself/himself in time, but also in relation to thoughts and memories, coordinates or motion in a land-scape. The exhibit is a threshold of sorts (of the museum, the home, public space) which delineates the frontier between disparate worlds.