REVIEWS

/ Stockholm
Ann Böttcher, Transit Portal (The War Museum/Svinøya, Svolvær, Lofoten, NO), 2013.
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Tyler Coburn

At one point in his 1960 book, Crowds and Power, Elias Canetti surveys “the symbology of nation states.”  The English, he writes, see themselves as captains surrounded by sea; the Swiss are a single body linked beneath mountain peaks. Germans, in turn, assume symbolic form as an army, which Canetti... continue reading
Eija-Liisa Ahtila, Studies on the Ecology of Drama 1, 2014.
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Kim West

Human beings are destroying the planet. If we want to save it we must therefore make inhuman art. Arguments to this effect seem to have enjoyed some currency in recent curatorial practice. Alas, Eija-Liisa Ahtila’s accomplished video installation at Galleri Charlotte Lund in Stockholm does not save the world, nor... continue reading
Katarina Löfström

ANDRéHN-SCHIPTJENKO, Stockholm

View of Katarina Löfström, Andréhn-Schiptjenko, Stockholm, 2013.
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Jacquelyn Davis

In Katarina Löfström’s third solo exhibition at Andréhn-Schiptjenko, one is cajoled by both the comfort of repetition and sensory parameters related to any given reality. Perception, after all, is adaptable and even, at times, restrained. Human beings are able to train themselves to hone attractive skills and master talents through... continue reading

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