Superflex: This will be the first time most of their diverse social and political projects will be gathered together and combined with a new initiative using the explosive computer network game 'Counter-Strike'. Maria Lindberg: Collected Documentation of Artists' Books. Maria Lindberg is one of the most interesting and important Swedish artists working today.
25.5 - 21.7 2002
The internationally celebrated artist group Superflex will open their largest solo project in Rooseum on 25th May 2002. Superflex are one of the most interesting and important artists' groups working today. There are three central members, BjÃ¸rnstjerne Christiansen, Jakob Fenger and Rasmus Nielsen, who are joined by various international collaborators on individual projects. This will be the first time most of their diverse social and political projects will be gathered together and combined with a new initiative using the explosive computer network game 'Counter-Strike'. The game will be available to play by all visitors and demonstrations and tournaments will be organised.
A vital part of the project will also happen outside the Rooseum building in Fosie, where a new local television studio will be established in AugustensborgsgÃ¥rden for residents to broadcast their own programmes over the Internet.
Collected Documentation of Artists' Books
25.5 Â 21.7 2002
She made a name for herself in the eighties and has consistently maintained a relevance and contemporaneousness throughout the past 20 years.
In the upper gallery at Rooseum Maria Lindberg has made a personal selection of documentation from artists' books published during the last century. Artists from Kurt Schwitters, Francis Picabia and Ed Ruscha to Dorothy Ianonne and Tacita Dean are included.
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