Artists in residence

På Xenter bedriver vi många kreativa och estetiska utbildningar. Därför har vi förstås också konstnärliga lärare och föreläsare med mera. På den här sidan presenterar vi några av dessa.


Joakim Eneroth – konstfotograf

Joakim Eneroth is born 1969 and based in Stockholm. His work has been exhibited internationally in dozens of solo and group shows and have been published as art books with prestigious publishers like Steidl and Power House Books. He is the recipient of numerous grants and awards and his works are held in large institutional collections. The aim of Joakim Eneroth´s art work is often to reveal more and more of the subconscious layers of our experience and the dance of notions and perceptions in the fluctuating mind. The questions usually revolve around how to distinguish the mental projections from reality itself. Awareness and Mind are the themes that unite Eneroth’s protean work. With each new series the artist explores another aspect of consciousness and the boundaries where our inner and outer worlds meet.

www.joakimeneroth.com


Tove Kjellmark – konstnär

Tove Kjellmarks body of work is a continuous and earnest play with the mechanisms behind our ‘thinking’. Over a longer period of time she dealt with technoanimalism, giving rise to another type of animality, another type of nature but above all very delicately playing the affects of the involved audience. In general her works circles around the human body. She uses traditional media as well as the latest technology, investigating new materials and aesthetics. When she started to dissemble mechanic and robotic toys she discovered that the toys became very vulnerable as their fur was taken off. The skinny machines had a very special attraction and Tove Kjellmark got interested in how they, as cheap machines, still could trigger our emotions.

www.tovekjellmark.com


Amanda de Frumerie – bildkonstnär

Amanda de Frumeries bildvärldar väcker de undanskymda ögonblicken till liv, ovissheten i dagdrömmerierna, tätheten i det alldagliga. Det finns konkreta kopplingar till Stockholmsstadsdelen Aspudden, framförallt som den såg ut på 1980-talet, och till Parisförfattaren Georges Perecs rebus- och pusselroman Livet en bruksanvisning. Men de miniatyrartade akvarellmotiven är sammanfogade på ett sätt som bildar egna universum, världar där tankarna kan röra sig fritt just därför att färgklangerna och anslagen är så lätta till karaktären. Små händelser, till synes obetydliga ting, människor försjunkna i det vardagligas skarpa och gåtfulla förlopp.

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