Supermarket 2019
Stockholm Independent Art Fair
4–7 April 2019

TICKETS
Supermarket 2019
Stockholm Independent Art Fair
4–7 April 2019

TICKETS

Talks & Performances 2019

Apply to perform at Supermarket 2019 Performance here.

Please note that we cannot provide high technical support. Read the application form carefully when applying.

With a proposal for Talks, write to franziska@supermarketartfair.com.

Deadline: 15 January

Are you a performance artist looking for a stage? Do you have a talk, a presentation or a discussion to share with a large art-passionate audience? Look no further.
Talks & Performance is a vital part of Supermarket’s public programmes and offers an intense selection of some of the best performance artists out there throughout the whole art fair, and discusses subjects that are most relevant for contemporary art scene - and beyond. By taking part in the programme, you get the opportunity to present what you are passionate about to a large international audience. This year the programme centers around the topic ’Temporary Moratorium: All Allowed?’, which you can read more about here.

 

 

Supermarket Talks & Performance Programme 2018

Browse through the 2018 programme folder:

 

 

Wednesday 11 April – Opening/Professional Preview – For invited guests only

19.00 PERFORMANCE
Sigh
Kaisa Luukkonen (FI)

Kaisa Luukkonen is investigating questions of passing, moving and being in public spaces and asks how gender, class or ethnicity matter for entering public realms, belonging to places or cause that your presence is met with resistance.
Duration: ca 30 min. Location: Offstage, near kunsthallekleinbasel, booth 44

21.00 PERFORMANCE
Audio Pendulum
Roi Vaara (FI), Istanbul Performance Art   

A swinging microphone catches fragments of sound from a radio, creating an atmosphere of something seriously displaced.
Duration: 60 min. Location: Offstage, Entrance

Presented by Konstepidemin/13festivalen    PERFORMANCE
18.30
Endless Wave
Maria Hilmersson Landgren (SE)

Duration: 20 min. Location: Galleri Konstepidemin, booth 32

19.00
Table set
Jonathan Pihlgren (SE)

Duration: 60 min. Location: Galleri Konstepidemin, booth 32

20.30
Babies
Sebastian Rudolph Jensen (SE) & Emmelie Sterner (SE)

Duration: 20 min. Location: Everywhere in the venue

Presented by Galleria Huuto    PERFORMANCE
18.00
Drag Poet Maimu Brushwood: Maimu’s Scrapbook
Timo Tähkänen (FI)

Durational. Location: Galleri Huuto, booth 16 and everywhere in the venue

Presented by Kunstverein Familie Montez    PERFORMANCE
18.00
Zitatenkiosk
Elizabeth Coleman-Link (DE)

A visitor participation-action project: bring a favourite quote, write it on a postcard, exhibit at SUPERMARKET.
Durational. Location: Kunstverein Familie Montez, booth 34

18.00
Passion of the artist
Dirk Baumanns (DE)

Duration: 1.5 h. Location: Starts and ends at Kunstverein Familie Montez, booth 34

18.00
Nugget
Knölkollektivet (SE)

Duration: 20 min. Location: In and around the Kunstverein Familie Montez, booth 34

 

18.00    PERFORMANCE
Sculptural Duel #1, part one  
Marius Engan Johansen vs Semen Platonov
Duration: 2 h. Location: Terminal B, booth 1

18.00    PERFORMANCE
Untitled
Oree Holban.   

Ongoing performance of interaction with the space and the audience.
Duration: 10–15 min. Location: Nulobaz, booth 29

 

Thursday 12 April

12.00 TALKS
Developing Decentralised Culture Structures – the Biathlon Cultural Toolkit  
‘Biathlon Cultural Toolkit’ aims to increase participation of collaborative spaces in the art and culture scene as well as to limit the burden of administration. Learn more about software tools and a simple digital currency, made to record and engage people’s participation in projects and activities, and see how other cultural initiatives can use the toolkit. The talk will be followed by a playful workshop.
With John W. Fail (FI), Agnieszka Pokrywka (FI)
Duration: talk 30 min, workshop 30–60 min. Location: TALKS stage
English

14.00 TALKS
SUPERMARKET Art Shots 1
‘Art Shots’ bring together international artists, galleries, art professionals and the audience in two dynamic sessions. Five speakers, each with only ten minutes and ten images to deliver their presentation. Intense and visual; you will hear, see and discuss the best on offer from the contemporary artist-run projects.
Among participating galleries are: Photoport (SK), Artist-Run Alliance (IL), Lateral Art Space (RO), Storm & Drunk (ES), 14+ Artists (TZ), SAW Gallery (CA), Alma Martha/Kalashnikovv Gallery (ZA), Kabinetas (LT), and Galleri Verkligheten (SE).
Duration: 1.5 h. Location: TALKS stage
English

15.00 PERFORMANCE
The Transparent Accent
Aman Askarizad (IR/FI) & Martina Miño Pérez (EC/FI)   

‘The Transparent Accent’ is a metaphorical dialogue within a live collage performance. Pictures from the artists’ personal archives and musical rhythms created with Iranian instruments emphasise the complexity of identity embedded in the exchange between different cultures.
Duration: 30 min. Location: PERFORMANCE ART CENTRE

16.00 PERFORMANCE
Icarustic
István Kovács (HU)   

István Kovács’s performance ‘Icarustic’ questions the nature of desire and the inevitability of failure.
Duration: 30 min. Location: PERFORMANCE ART CENTRE

17.00 PERFORMANCE
Tell me more
Knölkollektivet (SE) 
  
What are you trying to tell me? Tell me more.
The Swedish performance duo Knölkollektivet is exploring the awkward and slightly uncomfortable aspects of human communication and relations. The audience is welcome to walk freely around the artists and through the space between them.
With Heidi Edström, Ester Olofsson
Duration: 30 min. Location: PERFORMANCE ART CENTRE

18.00 PERFORMANCE
Anita Bang presents: Art Must Be Fabulous – Artist Must be Fabulous
Vili von Nissinen (FI)

Vili von Nissinen’s stage persona Anita Bangs restages some of the classic Marina Abramovic’s performances. With her punk attitude, and seeing the world through queer lenses, she turns them from serious to burlesque.
Duration: 30 min. Location: PERFORMANCE ART CENTRE

OFFSTAGE

16.00 PERFORMANCE
Sculptural Duel #1, part two
Marius Engan Johansen vs Semen Platonov

Duration: 2 h. Location: Terminal B, booth 1

17.00 PERFORMANCE
I can never get lost
Steinunn Gunnlaugsdóttir (IS)

Duration: 30 min. Location: Ekkisens Art Space, booth 43

 

Friday 13 April

13.00 PERFORMANCE
Blödande glömskan – till Floreal Avellaneda
Ana Maria Almada de Alvarez (AR/SE)

Ana Maria Almada De Alvarez performance ‘Blödande Glömskan – till Floreal Avellaneda’ är det senaste verket ur projektserien ‘Medierande Artefakter’. Med personliga och vardagliga symboler och föremål närmar sig konstnären politiska minnen från tiden i Argentina på 1970- och 80-talet och reflekterar över det traumatiska i det förflutna.
‘Bleeding oblivion – to Floreal Avellaneda’ is a performance examining the artist’s experiences in Argentina in the 1970s and 80s and searching for the traumatic in the past.
Duration: 15 min. Location: PERFORMANCE ART CENTRE
Swedish (handout in English)

14.00 PERFORMANCE
Tell me more
Knölkollektivet (SE)

What are you trying to tell me? Tell me more.
The Swedish performance duo Knölkollektivet is exploring the awkward and slightly uncomfortable aspects of human communication and relations. The audience is welcome to walk freely around the artists and through the space between them.
With: Heidi Edström, Ester Olofsson
Duration: 30 min. Location: PERFORMANCE ART CENTRE

14.00 TALKS
Konstnärsrollen och stadsutveckling
Konstfrämjandet

Konstnärer har under de senaste åren tagit allt bredare uppdrag av kulturpolitiska institutioner inom offentliga konstprojekt. Utifrån ett antal aktuella exempel som berör stadsutveckling och offentlig konst diskuterar vi konstnärsrollens utveckling och farhågor om såväl instrumentalisering som banalisering av konsten.
With: Eva Arnqvist, Fredrik Holmqvist, Stella d’Ailly, Monica Sand; moderator: Jonna Bornemark
Duration: 1.5 h. Location: TALKS stage
Swedish

15.00 PERFORMANCE
Untitled
Gustaf Broms (SE), Istanbul Performance Art      
 
through body as tool
make solid
this fleeting moment
being mind
in  body
passing through
space in time

an attempt to grasp
what lies beyond
these constraints
Duration: 20 min. Location: PERFORMANCE ART CENTRE

16.00 PERFORMANCE
Army Time Memoir
Mustafa Boğa (GB), Istanbul Performance Art   

The dance performance ‘Army Time Memoir’ searches for vulnerability and displacement in a world of which we try to make sense. A character of indeterminate gender, sexuality, religion and political belief wearing a bin bag, a military helmet and a fur coat creates a tension between comedy and sadness.
Duration: 15 min. Location: PERFORMANCE ART CENTRE

16.00 TALKS
Panel Discussion: Art and Populism in Central Europe
Iaspis/the Living History Forum/AIM Network   

Panel discussion on the political situation in Central Europe. Four artist representatives of the Visegrád (V4) countries – Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary – will discuss the cultural and political landscape in the light of the recent populistic tendencies across Europe and how this influences the situation of artists and the artist-run art sector.
With: Michał Mejnartowicz (Wykwit, Wrocław, PL), Richard Bakeš (Berlinskej Model, Prague, CZ), Roman Bicek (Hotdock, Bratislava, SK), Zsófia Kókai (MŰTŐ, Budapest, HU)
Moderator: Alice Máselníková, Czech artist and curator based in Stockholm
Duration: 2 h. Location: TALKS stage
In collaboration with Iaspis, the Swedish Arts Grants Committee’s International Programme for Visual and Applied Artists, the Living History Forum and AIM Network.
English

17.30 PERFORMANCE
http://ileftmyjoy@home.com
Callum Harper (AU)   

In his performance ‘http://ileftmyjoy@home.com’ Callum Harper explores displacement, queer culture and differing societal attitudes and values. With a both humorous and critical approach Harper compares Australian and Swedish views and legislation towards LGBT citizens and the overall queer culture and community. The performance is a navigation through his personal life, on- and offline, as well as a reflection on national identification and international equality laws, incorporating both personal experiences and statistical material.
Duration: 50 min. Location: PERFORMANCE ART CENTRE
English

19.00 PERFORMANCE
There Are No More Dolls in the Closet Only a Respirator – a sci-fi performance lecture about Homo Carnōsa
Signe Vad (DK), KRÆ Syndikatet

A performative sci-fi lecture about suffocating blood and the softness of the stomach, about the air between us and the body’s unique building blocks. A mix of performance and poetry that takes place in the year 2237 and deals with an archaeological finding of uniquely well preserved bodies from our era. It looks at the double-sided relation of humans with nature and our urge to invent substitutes or reinvent nature artificially.

Duration: ca 20 min. Location: PERFORMANCE ART CENTRE

OFFSTAGE

13.00 PERFORMANCE
Mutterkreuz
Rebecka Pershagen (SE) 

Duration: 1.5 h. Location: Kunstverein Familie Montez, booth 34

14.00 TALKS
Presentation av ‘Framtidens Kritik’
Kritiklabbet

I samtal med författarna Axel Andersson och Alexander Svedberg diskuterar Hanna Svensson deras bok ‘Framtidens kritik: två essäer’, ett essäistiskt utforskande i två delar av den offentliga kritiken i skärningspunkten mellan estetik, ekonomi och teknik. Boken undersöker det postdigitala tillståndet och utforskar morgondagens rum för kritisk verksamhet.
With: Hanna Svensson, Axel Andersson, Alexander Svedberg
Duration: 45 min. Location: Kritiklabbet
Swedish

15.00 PERFORMANCE
Sculptural Duel #2
Marius Engan Johansen vs Victor Saletti

Durational. Location: Terminal B, booth 1

15.30 PERFORMANCE
Splatterdans
Kroppkakan (SE)

‘Splatterdans’ is an investigation of the ‘imaginary inside’. By dancing we experience being a body differently, which opens new forms of relations to the imaginary and gives life to another body than we were born into. Kroppkakan dance because it is fun and gives room to other possibilities of how to be and behave as ordinary.
With: Ester Olofsson, Ellen Söderhult, Lisa Schåman
Duration: 15 min. Location: Offstage, near Wykwit, booth 37

16.30 PERFORMANCE
The Unbodies are Making Marks
Marija Griniuk (LT/DK)

Marija Griniuk and the Robot are making a piece of art, a drawing.
Duration: ca 45 min. Location: Offstage, Entrance

17.00 PERFORMANCE
Meditation into digital dimensions
Freyja Eilíf (IS)

Duration: 30 min (3x11 min). Location: Ekkisens Art Space, booth 43

 

Saturday 14 April

11.30 TALKS
SUPERMARKET Art Shots 2
'Art Shots' bring together international artists, galleries, art professionals and the audience in two dynamic sessions. Five speakers, each with only ten minutes and ten images to deliver their presentation. Intense and visual; you will hear, see and discuss the best on offer from the contemporary artist-run projects.
Among participating galleries are: Photoport (SK), Artist-Run Alliance (IL), Lateral Art Space (RO), Storm & Drunk (ES), 14+ Artists (TZ), SAW Gallery (CA), Alma Martha/Kalashnikovv Gallery (ZA), Kabinetas (LT), and Galleri Verkligheten (SE). 
Duration: 1.5 h. Location: TALKS stage
English

13.30 TALKS
Artist-in-residence – ripples on the water
Konstepidemin/Iaspis

Gothenburg’s largest artists’ collective Konstepidemin, together with Iaspis, will talk about the significance and legacy of artist-in-residence programmes and the traces they leave on both the artist and the place.
With: Linda Tedsdotter (SE), Stina Östberg (SE), Johan Pousette (SE), Jonas Nobel (SE), Einat Amir (IL), moderator: Sara Tirelli (IT)
Duration: 1 h. Location: TALKS stage
Arranged by Konstepidemin, in collaboration with Iaspis, the Swedish Arts Grants Committee’s International Programme for Visual and Applied Artists.
English

13.30 PERFORMANCE
We’re already standing in the ruins
Johan Sandås (FI), Galleri GRO  

Johan Sandås performance ‘We’re already standing in the ruins’ marks the tenth anniversary of the western industrial civilisation’s downfall, the financial crisis of 2008. By using masks, hand-written signs and found objects, questions are raised why time and resources are wasted to brighten up the remains of the past instead of searching for a more desirable future.
Duration: 30 min, Location: PERFORMANCE ART CENTRE

14.30 PERFORMANCE
Audio Pendulum
Roi Vaara (FI)

A swinging microphone will catch fragments of sound from a radio, creating an atmosphere of something seriously displaced.
Duration: 60 min. Location: PERFORMANCE ART CENTRE

15.00 TALKS
Let me talk to you man to man
Erica Mendritzki (CA)

Erica Mendritzki’s lecture performance ‘Let me talk to you man to man’ looks back on the patriarchal history of art, emphasising examples of female artistic practices of the 20th century and how they in both funny and aggressive ways addressed and undermined the patriarchal art-historical canon. The talk will be followed by a conversation with artist and gallerist Magdalena Blom on feminist strategies and movements in Canada and Sweden.
With: Erica Mendritzki, Magdalena Blom
Duration: 1.5 h. Location: TALKS stage
English

16.00 PERFORMANCE
Ring
Lie-Fi Palimpsest

A transformative ritual of modifying the shape and appearance of food, implying ideas of a forced, unnatural transformation of a human being and identity. The audience is encouraged to taste the final result.
With: Floida Skraqi (AL/BE), Rossana Bossini (IT), Fabiola Skraqi (AL/IT)
Duration: 30 min. Location: PERFORMANCE ART CENTRE

17.00 TALK
Palestinian – Israeli: a conversation about art as a tool to connect people from different backgrounds
Art students Shadi Shbeta and Sarah Abo Sada discuss their cultural identity as a minority from the Arab Palestinian sector in Israel and their possible role as communicators between different people. The panel discussion is accompanied by artists and lecturers Linda Shamma and Jonathan Gold, who talk about the necessity to encourage a dialogue outside of the boundaries of political and social conflicts.
With: Linda Shamma (SE) and Jonathan Gold (IL) in conversation with art students from the Multidisciplinary Art School at the Shenkar College of Engineering, Design and Art in Ramat Gan, Tel Aviv – Shadi Shbeta (IL), Sarah Abo Sada (IL), amongst others
Duration: 60 min. Location: TALKS stage
 

17.00 PERFORMANCE
You Are Not Lost You Are Here II
Pınar Derin Gençer (TR), Istanbul Performance Art  

In ‘You Are Not Lost You Are Here II’ Pınar Derin Gençer, founder of the artist-run platform Istanbul Performance Art, depicts the human need for belonging and security after being born and cut off from the umbilical cord, symbolised by woven hair. References to Virginia Woolf's ‘The Waves’ politically emphasise this physical and psychological search.
Duration: 30 min. Location: PERFORMANCE ART CENTRE

18.00 PERFORMANCE
Boys “R” Girls
Oree Holban (IL), Nulobaz
      
‘Boys “R” Girls’ is a musical performance which speaks of the aspirations and challenges for finding balance in the 21st century, raising questions about the pain of identification, nostalgia and love addiction.
Duration: 45 min. Location: Start at Nulobaz, booth 29, continues to PERFORMANCE ART CENTRE

19.00 PERFORMANCE
There Are No More Dolls in the Closet Only a Respirator – a sci-fi performance lecture about Homo Carnōsa
Signe Vad (DK), KRÆ Syndikatet

A performative sci-fi lecture about suffocating blood and the softness of the stomach, about the air between us and the body’s unique building blocks. A mix of performance and poetry that takes place in the year 2237 and deals with an archaeological finding of uniquely well preserved bodies from our era. It looks at the double-sided relation of humans with nature and our urge to invent substitutes or reinvent nature artificially.
Duration: ca 20 min. Location: PERFORMANCE ART CENTRE

OFFSTAGE

13.00 PERFORMANCE
Sculptural Duel #3
Marius Engan Johansen vs Aleksandr Korostik

Durational. Location: Terminal B, booth 1

13.00 PERFORMANCE
Approved/Disapproved
Alte Schweden

With: Joakim Hansson (FI) & Sebastian Mügge (SE)
Duration: 3 h. Location: Galleri GRO, booth 28
More performances and activities to be discovered on site of the booth!

13.00 PERFORMANCE
Mutterkreuz
Rebecka Pershagen (SE)

Duration: 1.5 h. Location: Kunstverein Familie Montez, booth 34

14.00 PERFORMANCE
Gardening
Chuyia Chia (MY/SE)  

Chuyia Chia’s environmental ‘Gardening’ is a performance exploring human relations to food and consumption by taming and cultivating both nature and soul.
Duration: 2 h. Location: Offstage, Entrance

14.00 TALKS
Artist talk with Barry Ace (CA)  
Duration: 1 h. Location: Gallerie SAW Gallery, booth 38

15.00 PERFORMANCE
Action / Reaction
Bahareh Mirhadi (IR/SE), Galleri GRO

Bahareh Mirhadi explores human actions and reactions and forces us to reflect on how we follow and accept what is happening, and obey the rules and laws of the society.
Duration: 30 min. Location: CAFÉ

15.00 PERFORMANCE
Meditation Into Digital Dimensions
Freyja Eilíf (IS)

Duration: 30 min (3x11 min). Location: Ekkisens Art Space, booth 43

15.30 PERFORMANCE
Splatterdans
Kroppkakan (SE)      
    
‘Splatterdans’ is an investigation of the ‘imaginary inside’. By dancing we experience being a body differently, which opens new forms of relations to the imaginary and gives life to another body than we were born into. Kroppkakan dance because it is fun and gives room to other possibilities of how to be and behave as ordinary.
With: Ester Olofsson, Ellen Söderhult, Lisa Schåman
Duration: 15 min. Location: Offstage, near Wykwit, booth 37

16.00 TALKS
Presentation av ‘Framtidens Kritik’
Kritiklabbet

I samtal med författarna Axel Andersson och Alexander Svedberg diskuterar Hanna Svensson deras bok ‘Framtidens kritik: två essäer’, ett essäistiskt utforskande i två delar av den offentliga kritiken i skärningspunkten mellan estetik, ekonomi och teknik. Boken undersöker det postdigitala tillståndet och utforskar morgondagens rum för kritisk verksamhet.
With: Hanna Svensson, Axel Andersson, Alexander Svedberg
Duration: 45 min. Location: Kritiklabbet
Swedish

17.00 PERFORMANCE
Tell me more
Knölkollektivet (SE)  
    
What are you trying to tell me? Tell me more.
The Swedish performance duo Knölkollektivet is exploring the awkward and slightly uncomfortable aspects of human communication and relations. The audience is welcome to walk freely around the artists and through the space between them.
With: Heidi Edström, Ester Olofsson
Duration: 30 min. Location: Offstage, near KV Baden, booth 47


Sunday 15 April

12.00 TALKS
Artist Run: film preview and talk
The Art of Running an Art Space: Reykjavík/Berlin
Freyja Eilíf (IS)

The first public screening of ‘Artist Run’, a short film featuring several artist-run spaces in Berlin-Neukölln and Reykjavík. The film preview will be followed by a talk. Based on interviews with artist-run initiators and local artists, the documentary researches the vibrant artist-run scene in these two cities and discusses challenges posed by gentrification and tourism.
Duration: 1 h. Location: TALKS stage
English

13.00 TALKS
Thoughtful Gestures: artist-run spaces intervene in the urban landscape of Romania
Georgiana Buț (RO)

Romanian Phd student and curator Georgiana Buț discusses site-specific interventions by artist-run spaces and how their work with relics and neglected spaces as found legacies affects the texture of the urban landscape.
Duration: 30 min. Location: TALKS stage
English

14.00 PERFORMANCE
Still Mind/Vali, Galleri GRO
James Barrett (AU/SE) & Katt Hernadez (US/SE)

‘Still Mind/Vali’ is a ritual confluence of modern and ancient instruments from different corners of the world, accompanied by words, texts and images, revealing secret worlds of impossible art in tribute to women of the underground.
Duration: 45 min. Location: PERFORMANCE ART CENTRE
English

15.00 TALKS
Istanbul Performance Art invites performance artists to BODY TALK
The first international performance art platform in Turkey, Istanbul Performance Art, invites performance artists of this year’s Talks & Performance programme to reflect on performance art, its origins, improvements and relation to other art movements, as well as the participant’s artistic practices and experiences from SUPERMARKET 2018.
With: Pınar Derin Gençer, Gustaf Broms, Mustafa Boğa and invited guests
Duration: 1.5 h. Location: TALKS stage
English

15.30 PERFORMANCE
7000 Curie
Zirkus Loko-Motiv       
  
A performance with a moving bathtub, green pyrin (liquid), black light, music, costumes, live music and live projections.
With: Ylva Törnlund, Helene Berg, Pelle Halvarsson and Torbjörn Berg
Duration: ca 11 min. Location: PERFORMANCE ART CENTRE

OFFSTAGE

All day PERFORMANCE
Sculptural Duel #1–3
Presentation of the three pairs of sculptures created during three sculptural duels on Thursday − Saturday at SUPERMARKET 2018.
Durational. Location: Terminal B, booth 1

14.00 PERFORMANCE
Sigh
Kaisa Luukkonen (FI)   
          
Kaisa Luukkonen is investigating questions of passing, moving and being in public spaces and asks how gender, class or ethnicity matter for entering public realms, belonging to places or cause that your presence is met with resistance.
Duration: ca 30 min. Location: Offstage, near KV Baden, booth 47

15.00 PERFORMANCE
Avslag – Hylkäys – Refusal
Peter Rosvik (FI)          

Duration: 30 min. Location: Offstage, outdoors

15.00 PERFORMANCE
Meditation into digital dimensions
Freyja Eilíf (IS)

Duration: 30 min (3x11 min). Location: Ekkisens Art Space, booth 43
 

DAILY TALKS AND PERFORMANCES

Presented by Galleria Huuto    PERFORMANCE
Thursday–Saturday 12.00–19.00
Drag Poet Maimu Brushwood: Maimu’s Scrapbook
Timo Tähkänen (FI)

During the whole SUPERMARKET week, Drag Poet Maimu Brushwood will encourage visitors to take pictures and share poetic, humorous and absurd messages. With her Scrapbook she will investigate SUPERMARKET’s events and comment on this year’s LEGACY theme.
Durational. Location: Galleria Huuto, booth 16 and everywhere around the venue

Presented by Nulobaz PERFORMANCE

Thursday–Sunday
By Oree Holban (IL). Performances and activities to be discovered on site!
Location: Nulobaz, booth 29

Presented by Kunstverein Familie Montez    PERFORMANCE
Daily Film Documentation of Performances
Hermann Nitsch (AT), Carlos Martiel (CU), Rebecka Pershagen/Afrang Nordlöf Malekian (SE), Christiaan Tonnis (DE)
Location: Kunstverein Familie Montez, booth 34

Thursday–Sunday 11.00
Zitatenkiosk
Elizabeth Coleman-Link (DE)

‘Zitatenkiosk’ is a visitor participation action project – bring a favourite quote, write it on a postcard, exhibit at SUPERMARKET.
Durational. Location: Kunstverein Familie Montez, booth 34

Thursday–Saturday 15.00, Sunday 15.30
Passion of the artist
Dirk Baumanns (DE)

Duration: 1.5 h. Location: Starts and ends at Kunstverein Familie Montez, booth 34

Thursday–Saturday 18.00, Sunday 13.00
Nugget
Knölkollektivet (SE)

Duration: 20 min. Location: In and around Kunstverein Familie Montez, booth 34

Presented by Konstepidemin/13Festivalen    PERFORMANCE
Thursday–Saturday 17.00, Sunday 15.00
Table set
Jonathan Pihlgren (SE)

Duration: 60 min. Location: Galleri Konstepidemin, booth 32

Thursday–Saturday 18.00, Sunday 16.00
Babies
Sebastian Rudolph Jensen (SE) & Emmelie Sterner (SE)

Duration: 20 min. Location: Offstage, everywhere around the venue

Thursday–Saturday 18.30
Endless Wave
Maria Hilmersson Landgren (SE)

Duration: 20 min. Location: Galleri Konstepidemin, booth 32

Thursday–Sunday 16.00•••TALKS
Artist-run talks with Roy Hofer (CH)•••kunsthallekleinbasel
Duration: 30–60 min. Location: kunsthallekleinbasel, booth 44
More performances and activities to be discovered on site of the booth!

Kulturtidskriften Cora
Thursday–Sunday: 15.00
Is the Future a Feminine? – Podcast
Talk about women, art and culture – and the future! Join the discussion or just listen!
With: Nisrine Boukhari, Abir Boukhari (AllArtNow, Syria), Signe Johannesson (Gnesta Art Lab, Sweden), and others. Moderator: Yvonne Ihmels.
Duration: 20 min. Location: Kulturtidskriften Cora, booth 42
English

 

 

 

SUPERMARKET TALKS
TALKS programme started in 2007 as an open space for talks, presentations and debates on contemporary art. TALKS has over the years developed into a series of seminars on issues related to the visual arts in general. The previous themes have been ‘Art of the Future’ (2009), ‘Documentation/Non-documentation’ (2010), ‘The Absent Hub’ (2011), ‘The Waiting Room of Eternity’ (2012), ‘Happiness’ (2013), ‘Difference(s)’ (2014),  ‘Invisibility – who represents who?’ (2015), 10th anniversary of Supermarket (2016), and ‘Intimacy’ (2017).
This year’s SUPERMARKET TALKS include lectures and panel discussions surrounding the concept of ‘LEGACY’.

PERFORMANCE PROGRAMME
Performance art has been part of SUPERMARKET since the beginning and the programme has been growing year by year. Live Action, Lokal_30, No Budget Performance, Stoff – Stockholm Fringe Fest, PAiN – Performance Art in Norrbotten, Fylkingen, PALS – Performance Art Links, and many more have been important contributors to the programme. Since 2012 a separate PERFORMANCE STAGE has been designated for the line-up of performance events.

SUPERMARKET TALKS AND PERFORMANCE 2018 COOPERATION PARTNERS:
The Living History Forum, www.levandehistoria.se
Iaspis, the Swedish Arts Grants Committee’s International Programme for Visual and Applied Artists, www.konstnarsnamnden.se/iaspis
AIM Network, www.artistsinitiatives.com
The International Association of Art (IAA)/Swedish Artists’ Association, www.kro.se
Konstfrämjandet, People's Movements for Art Promotion, www.konstframjandet.se



The performance programme will be updated daily and posted on the website and at the fair entrance.

SUPERMARKET TALKS AND PERFORMANCE PROGRAMME COORDINATOR: Franziska Sperling

For information regarding the programme contact Franziska at franziska@supermarketartfair.com

 

Main funders of SUPERMARKET 2018 are Stockholms stad, Statens Kulturråd and Stockholms Läns landsting. The performance artists have received funding from Frame Contemporary Art Finland, OCA Norway, L1 Association, Ministry of Human Capacities Hungary, Svenska Kulturfonden, STEP travel grants: the European Cultural Foundation/Compagnia di San Paolo, VICCA, Master’s Degree Programme in Visual Cultures, Curating and Contemporary Art at Aalto University, Finlandsinstitutet, City of Gothenburg, Shenkar College, Pikene på broen.