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(Fragment) Tommy Støckel. In My Mind This Goes on Forever. 2012

“Abstract Possible” in Stockholm 0

Abstract Possible: The Stockholm Synergies
Tensta Konsthall, Stockholm
January 12 – April 22, 2012

Abstract Possible is a long-term art project that studies the meanings of the concept “abstraction”, using contemporary art as its platform. With approximately 20 international participants, including the British conceptualist, Liam Gillick, the ambitious exhibition has been traversing the globe since November of 2010. Having already been in Malmö, Mexico and Zurich, the exhibition will spend the first third of 2012 in the newly-renovated Tensta art space. The project's curator is Maria Lind, who, for a year now, also happens to be the director of Tensta Konsthal. Various adjunct projects, seminars and film screenings will accompany the exhibition.

Haegue Yang. Dress Vehicles: Golden Clowning. 2011
Foto: Jean-Baptiste Béranger

As an addition to the exhibition, in January of this year the publisher Sternberg Press issued a paper authored by Maria Lind and the Dutch art theoretician, Olav VelthuisContemporary Art and its Commercial Markets: A Report on Current Conditions and Scenarios for the Future.

Priscila Fernandes. Calibration Circle. 2011. HD video, 2 min 6 sek
Foto: Priscila Fernandes 

Participants: Doug Ashford, Claire Barclay, José León Cerrillo, Yto Barrada, Matias Faldbakken, Priscila Fernandes, Zachary Formwalt, Liam Gillick/Anton Vidokle, Goldin+Senneby, Wade Guyton, Iman Issa, Gunilla Klingberg, Dorit Margreiter, Åsa Norberg/ Jennie Sundén, Mai-Thu Perret, Falke Pisano, Walid Raad, Emily Roysdon, Tommy Stöckel, Mika Tajima, Haegue Yang.

Tommy Støckel. In My Mind This Goes on Forever. 2012
Foto: Jean-Baptiste Béranger 

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