At an upcoming exhibition in Svendborg, Denmark I will be showing video work and images from the videoinstallation Exchange, consisting of three video works: Itch (2017); Flaky Skin(2017); and Impetus (2017).
The images below are video stills from Impetus.
I am exhibiting with South Funen Artists opening September 9 2017 at 2 pm at SAK kunstbygning, Vestergade 27, Svendborg. Exhibition period: Sept 10 – Oct 8, 2017.
Link to the gallery: www.sak.dk
Link to the art association: Sydfynske Kunstnere
The work I have on show at the exhibition is a videoinstallation called Exchange. The work is from 2017 and has a duration of 15 minutes. Link to a description of the work: Description of the videoinstallation Exchange (2017)
Background: Connie Svabo
Connie Svabo works with artbased methods in academic research. She is Associate Professor in Performance Design and Visual Culture at Roskilde University with an extensive record of academic publication. She pushes the boundaries of scholarly research in hybrid mixtures of art and academic research, arguing that the academy includes and acknowledges aesthetic forms of learning, understanding and knowing in research and education. This is the anchor point of her ongoing research collaboration with prestigious Stanford University (USA).
Connie Svabo has a substantial record of arts and academic practice and has contributed to the development of a number of exhibitions, media productions and communication materials. She is the recipient of a working scholarship from the Danish Arts Foundation, was affiliated with the Funen Visual Art Academy in 2016 as Visiting Scholar, has participated as performing researcher in the installation The Boarding School by Sister’s Academy (awarded Bikuben Exhibtion Vision Prize 2016), and has contributed to the international performance design quadrennial PQ2015. She is founder of the research collective Art/Design/Practice Based Research at Roskilde University.
Connie Svabo chaired the Performance Design programme at Roskilde University 2013-2016, has been the project manager of an innovation network on knowledge and experience 2010-2013, and pursued her doctoral work on knowledge, experience and mediation at the museum of natural history, Naturama, Denmark.