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700IS Reindeerland in Reykjavík 2014 // Nina Lassila // National Gallery of Iceland

Listasafn Íslands / National Gallery of Iceland Fríkirkjuvegur 7, Reykjavík, Islanda

Nina Lassila showing in the National Gallery of Iceland on the 1st of May at 17:00

Nina Lassila is a visual artist born 1974 in Helsinki Finland but lives and works in Berlin & Gothenburg SE since 2000.
Nina Lassila has mainly 3 larger bodies of work that she continues developing. They are; site & issue specific video works, performances for video and a series of telepathic live events.The field of her interest spans from existential & gender issues to paranormal science. She criticizes, scrutinizes and dwells into different topics.

As an artist Nina sees herself having a sort of an artistic license with which she moves freely around in different areas of phenomena and themes. In her performance based works she deals with questions of identity – specifically identity affected by social barriers, conventions based on gender and upbringing and cultural differences.

She has taken part in several group shows and video festivals internationally i.e The Istanbul Biennial, Rencontres Internationals Paris / Berlin / Madrid, Kassel Documentary & Video art festival, LOOP Barcelona, Une Chambre á soi in Paris.

Education: Swedish Polytechnics Photograpy FIN 1994-1997, School of Photography & film Gothenburg SE 2000-2002, Valand School of Fine Arts Gothenburg SE (MFA) 2004-2006, Guest at ENSAD Paris 2009.


Renaud Perrin showing in the National Gallery of Iceland on the 3rd of April at 17:00

A line of water comes to life on a stone surface. It rushes into a hole, a pipe, and into the sea. The line splits and moves along the ground and the walls of the town. It seems to be looking for something or someone... Characters appear, then soldiers. The line moves madly, battle scenes emerge...

In this movie, lines and shapes are drawn frame by frame with the stop-motion animation technique. This video evokes the fate of a Spanish refugee in Marseille (France) at the end of the 1930's. The water evaporates suggesting remoteness and oblivion reflected in the letters sent to the character. Letters that never reached their destination


Other people credited for the movie are : Julien Telle (co director) http://julientelle.blogspot.fr/

and John Deneuve for the music



Renaud Perrin is born in 1977 in France, he studied at "Ecole supérieure des arts décoratifs" in Strasbourg, France.

Since 2002 he has been living in Marseille (France) where he works as an illustrator for newspapers and magazines (Le monde, The Guardian, XXI...).
He has illustrated fifteen books (catalogue, flipbook or books for children) published by Thierry Magnier, Albin Michel, Napa books or Le Rouergue jeunesse.

He regulary exhibits etchings, drawings and installations.

He has directed five animated shorts with musicians Boya and John Deneuve.

« Lettres à la mer », done with the spanish director Julien Telle, has been shown in several festivals in Europe.

Website : http://perrin.renaud.free.fr


13 VIDEOS FROM HONG KONG // Looking at the Big Sky
Curated by Ellen Pau.

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On the 6th of March we show 13 videos from Hong Kong,
Looking at the Big Sky (Hong Kong program)
Curatorial Statement
Curator: Ellen Pau

The act of looking at the sky reveals individual state like at certain time, space and perspective. Perhaps the most straight- forward of this act is weather forecast, looking up during daytime, spotting the clouds and sensing the wind, then decide whether to take the umbrella or not. But in different time, space and location, the same act of looking up could be consequences of various sequences of fortunate or unfortunate events and hence bring forward a very different set of psychological and emotional reverberations. In Chinese, we have a saying “Looking at the sky and turn the wheel of fortune”, is probably what looking at the sky can mean to us.

“Looking at the big sky” will present Hong Kong’s unique cross section of people who make video. These are architects, artists, filmmakers, animator, activist, who had been living in Hong Kong, who left Hong Kong and who traveled to Hong Kong. Some of them are on the move to a different state of their life, some are just stepping out of school and some are teaching for a long time. Their stories are about their imaging and imagination of the “Big Sky” with Hong Kong and sometime extended beyond the personal histories and memories of the territory.


700IS Reindeerland in collaboration with the Listasafn Íslands / National Gallery of Iceland is presenting video artist/groups in the National Gallery of Iceland (3rd floor) www.listasafn.is until the end of this year.

The first artist taking part was: Sigga Björg Sigurðardóttir
06/02/2014 - 27/02/2014
"Story of Creation"

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dal 1 al 31 maggio 2014

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