• Elin Strand Ruin ©
    Elin Strand Ruin ©
21 januari 2023

Formalising Social Dimensions in Public Space: Hallonbergen

Ett rundabordssamtal med Lou-Lou Cherinet, Helen Runting & Elin Strand Ruin i relation till utställningen Kökets torg – Hallonbergens kvinnor ritar om staden.

21 januari kl 14.00–16.00 i Marabouparkens bibliotek.

Välkommen till ett rundabordssamtal om hur vi kan formalisera sociala dimensioner i offentligheten – i relation till offentlig konst / konstnärligare praktiker verksamma i gränssnittet mellan konst och arkitektur. Med politiken kring gestaltad livsmiljö som grund ämnar vi utforska hur civilsamhället och dess sociala dimensioner och lokala (glokala) kunskap kan vara delaktiga i att skapa motståndskraftiga och inkluderande offentliga miljöer.

Loulou Cherinet is an Artist and Professor of Fine Art and responsible for the fristanding course Art in the Open – Social Dimensions, Ecologies and Transformations at Konstfack University of Arts, Craft and Design in Stockholm. She studied at the Addis Ababa University School of Fine Art and Design in the 1990s and has since then been based alternately in Stockholm and Addis Ababa. Loulou Cherinet has participated in travelling survey shows such as Africa Remix and Divine Comedy curated by Simon Njami and Nexus curated by Konjit Seyoum, as well as numerous international group shows such as Momentum 9, Manifesta 8 and biennials in Dakar, Bamako, Venice, São Paulo, Gothenburg, Geneva and Sidney.

Helen Runting is an urban planner (B.UPD, University of Melbourne), urban designer (PG. Dip.UD, University of Melbourne; MSc.UPD, KTH), and architectural theorist (PhD Arch., KTH). She has worked with masterplanning projects in Australia, Vietnam, Finland and Sweden.Her research addresses the co-production of images and subjectivities through practices relating to architectural design, artistic research, urban planning, policymaking, real estate and property relations, and aesthetics. She has published widely in a range of international journals and anthologies. Together with Karin Matz and Rutger Sjögrim she is running SECRETARY office for Architecture. https://www.secretary.international

Elin Strand Ruin is an artist-architect working within the field of participatory art practice in dialogue with local networks catalysing social change through implementing caring functions and practices in the public space. Her work operates at the interface between performative art-architecture and urban politics, exploring public domesticities. Strand Ruin has exhibited at leading artistic, architectural and planning venues around Sweden and Europe during the last 20 years: Depo Istanbul, Modern Art Oxford, Arkdes, Reykjavík Art Museum, The Maison de l’Architecture Île-de-France, Paris and Marabouparken konsthall. She has recently been part of the international research project MAPURBAN together with professor Ann Legeby, KTH. https://research.kent.ac.uk/mapurban-eu Strand Ruin runs the practice S E S Studio Elin Strand Ruin and is a lecturer at The School of Architecture, KTH.

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Matlagningsstafett på Kökets Torg
Den Mäktiga Medborgaren & invigning av Kökets Torg
Elin Strand Ruin – artist talk
Elin Strand Ruin – Kökets torg