Poster of Konvergenser #1.
Fredrik Åkum Woodlands, 2015 (Acrylic on canvas, 70 x 50 cm).
Ekta Untitled, 2015 (Acrylic and spray—paint on canvas, 95 x 65 cm).
David Eng Xenos#1 (Inkjet pigment print on paper, 30 x 45 cm, edition of 7/7).
Installation view.
Tommy Sveningsson Zagi, 2014 (Ink, graphite and pastel on paper, 60 x 50 cm).
Poster of Konvergenser #1.
Fredrik Åkum Woodlands, 2015 (Acrylic on canvas, 70 x 50 cm).
Ekta Untitled, 2015 (Acrylic and spray—paint on canvas, 95 x 65 cm).
David Eng Xenos#1 (Inkjet pigment print on paper, 30 x 45 cm, edition of 7/7).
Installation view.
Tommy Sveningsson Zagi, 2014 (Ink, graphite and pastel on paper, 60 x 50 cm).

Konvergenser #1
Apr 30 — May 28, 2015

  • Convergence: at the same time in the same place something happens.

    It’s a magical equation and an alignment of stars, where energies are released, floating in the air, like dust shining backlit.

    Convergence is a shared direction, pursued consciously or unconsciously. It’s a common objective searched through different media or different ideas manifesting through similar execution.

    We categorise, we try to define genres and styles but sometimes things doesn’t really need an explanation, it’s all about looking at them, observe the interaction, feel the connections and the incongruences.

    A convergence as a gathering of ideas, getting closer and suddenly retract. It’s about movement, wherever the direction, whatever the motive, it’s about what escape the definitions, what tickle our eyes because doesn’t have a clear explanation, a clear affiliation.

    It’s the beauty of the unstable balance, of a wavering symmetry.

    Nevven is proud and at same time astonished to start to exist and to have gathered this amazing number of artists that will exhibit together for […] the first of our exhibitions. A gathering of what we love the most in Gothenburg, the idea of connecting lines in a common place and let them unfold, a convergence.

     

    A group show featuring: Erik Berglin, Johannes Brander, Marie Dahlstrand, David Eng, Jakob Feltsen, Daniel Ekta Götesson, Hlg, Jenny Johansson, Jonathan Ollio Josefsson, Karl-Joel Lrsn, Mattia Lullini, Eric Magassa, Lars Daniel Rehn, Ida Sundin Asp, Tommy Sveningsson, Erik Svetoft, David Von Bahr, Alina Vergnano, Fredrik Åkum

  • Convergence: at the same time in the same place something happens.

    It’s a magical equation and an alignment of stars, where energies are released, floating in the air, like dust shining backlit.

    Convergence is a shared direction, pursued consciously or unconsciously. It’s a common objective searched through different media or different ideas manifesting through similar execution.

    We categorise, we try to define genres and styles but sometimes things doesn’t really need an explanation, it’s all about looking at them, observe the interaction, feel the connections and the incongruences.

    A convergence as a gathering of ideas, getting closer and suddenly retract. It’s about movement, wherever the direction, whatever the motive, it’s about what escape the definitions, what tickle our eyes because doesn’t have a clear explanation, a clear affiliation.

    It’s the beauty of the unstable balance, of a wavering symmetry.

    Nevven is proud and at same time astonished to start to exist and to have gathered this amazing number of artists that will exhibit together for […] the first of our exhibitions. A gathering of what we love the most in Gothenburg, the idea of connecting lines in a common place and let them unfold, a convergence.

     

    A group show featuring: Erik Berglin, Johannes Brander, Marie Dahlstrand, David Eng, Jakob Feltsen, Daniel Ekta Götesson, Hlg, Jenny Johansson, Jonathan Ollio Josefsson, Karl-Joel Lrsn, Mattia Lullini, Eric Magassa, Lars Daniel Rehn, Ida Sundin Asp, Tommy Sveningsson, Erik Svetoft, David Von Bahr, Alina Vergnano, Fredrik Åkum

  • Catalog

    VV. AA., Konvergenser #1, Gothenburg: Nevven Editions, 2015 — Fanzine Catalog

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