Index 19: Magic Carpet

21 September 2016, 19:00–22:00

three days of navigating, magic carpet

As part of the program ‘three days of navigating’ initiated by Hinrich Sachs, Index 19 presents ‘magic carpet. a bibliography for a place without historical centre, created continuously anew in meetings and events occuring in empowered places simultaneously.’

Woven by Diana Abimbola Agunbiade-Kolawole, Meriç Algün Ringborg, Lara Almarcegui, Yoko Andrén, David Bennewith, Nadine Byrne, Michelangelo Corsaro, Theo Cowley, Fredrik Ehlin, Marta Ferretti, Helena Fernández-Cavada, Wolfgang Fütterer, Carola Grahn, Juanma Gonzalez, Swetlana Heger-Davis, Baptiste Henriot, Stefanie Hessler, Egiya Inzule, Tobias Kaspar, Tove Kjellmark, Birgit Kempker, Ruth Kissling, Yuuka Kita, Leonela Lilja, Mikael Lindahl, Gaia Martino, Ander Mikalson, Nina Möntmann, Bárbara Muñoz de Solano y Palacios, Max Olofsson, Frederick Oscarsson, Peter Pakesch, Philippe Pirotte, Judith Rosenthal, Anngjerd Rustand, Hinrich Sachs, Sigrid Sandström, Jochen Schmith, Lisette Smits, Helena Wallberg, Olav Westphalen, Maja Wismer, Joanna Zawieja. Graphic design by Rikard Heberling.

three days of navigating program is a result of confronting three distinct force-fields: Learning, Institution and Biography, together with a group of students at the Royal Institute of Art over the course of the academic year 2015/2016, and other invited voices. The three days are dedicated to unfolding a practice of navigating these force-fields, which affect thinking, making and doing, through the use of display, discourse and event. They will take place at three different institutional contexts in the city: Index, Moderna Museet and the art school itself. The program takes place 21 – 23 Sept.

Index 19 is a weekly events series in Index’ front space. Presenting single works, films, readings and discursive events, the aim is to create a space for dialogue with our surrounding community and visitors. Index 19 is a flexible program initiative, with one night or returning events by international artists and Stockholm-based initiatives.

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