Samuel R. Delany
Ane Hjort Guttu
Dave Hullfish Bailey
Lars Bang Larsen
The Society Without Qualities revisits some of the concerns of the 1960s, such as education, militancy, experimental urban planning, the child as an active historical subject, and the critical use of the art institution.
Søren Andreasen (Copenhagen), Archizoom (Milan), Thomas Bayrle (Frankfurt), Samuel R. Delany (New York), Ane Hjort Guttu (Oslo), Dave Hullfish Bailey (Los Angeles), Jakob Jakobsen and Anders Remmer (Copenhagen), Charlotte and Sture Johannesson (Skanör), Jakob Kolding (Berlin), Learning Site (Copenhagen/Malmö), Sharon Lockhart (Los Angeles), Joanna Lombard (Stockholm), Palle Nielsen (Copenhagen), Xabier Salaberria (San Sebastian).
Curated by Lars Bang Larsen
The Society Without Qualities revisits some of the concerns of the 1960s, such as education, militancy, experimental urban planning, the child as an active historical subject, and the critical use of the art institution. The exhibition also deals with the representation of children in art and society.
The Society Without Qualities is in part a historical exhibition that takes its point of departure around the time of the youth revolt in 1968, and works its way through positions in art and architecture of the 1970s and 1980s up till the present day. Unlike Palle Nielsen’s legendary Modellen at Moderna Museet in 1968, however, The Society Without Qualities asks what it would mean to proceed without a model or an image of the society to come; what it would mean to not project any figurative qualities onto the future?
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Opening: Wednesday 13.2, 17:00-20:00
Box 4001, SE-163 04 Spanga, Stockholm