Index 19: Linnéa Sjöberg
23 January 2018, 19:00–22:00
Index 19 presents the release of a new publication by artist Linnéa Sjöberg.
The publication Out of Character presents Sjöberg’s performance work Gtd4s810 (Getting Things Done for Satan), also called The Business Woman, which took place throughout the whole day over the course of one and a half years between 2009-2011. Through a raw compact mix of private pictures, notes, sketches and art works, the book gives a glimpse behind the scenes and present a less censored image of the performed person. In a conversation with Annèe Olofsson, Sjöberg remembers the work on this durational performance work. Sophie Persson contributed an essay about The Business Woman.
Graphics design by Stefan Fält, published by Nilleditions.
Linnéa Sjöberg b. 1983, graduated from the Royal Institute of Art in Stockholm and lives in Stockholm and Berlin. Sjöberg works with performance, embodying the subject of her interest to the point where no distinction can be made between her work and her persona. Her actions, such as the performance Salong Flyttkartong, are documented through text, photo, objects and textile works.
Index 19 is a series in Index’ front space. Presenting single works, films, readings and discursive events, Index 19 is a space for dialogue with surrounding communities and visitors.
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