Linda Nurk, still from the film ’The Mad Silkworm Lady’, 2023. Performance only on the Press viewing day Wednesday 24 April.

Thursday 25 April

12:00
Stuck With Swedish Girls
Swedish Girls: Mira Bergh & Josefin Zachrisson (SE)
Come and get stuck with Swedish Girls. Take a photo while waiting for things to maybe happen.
Duration: All day. Location: Entrance
PERFORMATIVE INSTALLATION

13:00
Sami Center for Contemporary Art: The Role of Art Center in Educational Contexts
Marija Griniuk (LT) and Monika Anti (Sami/NO)
We will present the project ‘Educational Programme for Sami Curators’, which the art centre has been running in 2022–2024. The project discusses the role of artist-curator and the strategies of curatorial work from Sami perspective. The result of the programme is a forthcoming publication to be published at the end of 2024.
Duration: 30 min. Location: Talks & Performance Forum
TALK

At various times
Time & place announced on a poster in RUM два’s booth every day at 14.00
)The Stage(
RUM два: New Church (RS), Gordana Zikic (RS), S&M (Sabine Wedege (DK) and Magdalene Solli (NO))
RUM два (dva) will present a line-up of performances and workshops either at the booth or around the venue of the fair. Watch out for a poster in the booth which will tell when and where the performance and workshop will take place. Remember that the whole exhibition in the booth has a performative and interactive approach.
Duration: Varied. Location: Various. Information in RUM два booth
PERFORMANCE and WORKSHOP

14:00
Phases of the Moon
Carolina Hindsjö (SE)
Sound by Sampan Grettisson
Carolina Hindsjö’s performance consists of a text she reads out while moving between her paintings in her exhibition ‘The Moon’. The work is about freedom, secrets, darkness and light. But also about movement and change, the most basic elements of the Universe.
Duration: 15–20 min. Location: Studio 44 booth
PERFORMANCE

14:30
Dream Scene
Participating artists from Gallery Rostrum’s Dream Team: Gisela Eriksson,
Lisa Fjellman, Christel Lundberg och Anna Lönn Franko (SE)
Gallery Rostrum present a ‘Dream Scene’ as an opposition to the fast food entertainment society. We want to create a collective artwork, a moving sculpture installation which is also part of the performative scene. We will open up our space for other artists to participate. A kind of an open performance stage. We want to explore the seven sins; pride, greed, wrath, envy, lust, gluttony and sloth in contrast to the seven capital virtues; chastity, temperance, charity, diligence, patience, kindness, and humility. The performance starts as a walk through the art fair and continues up to the shopping mall.
Duration: Varied. Location: All around the venue and SKHLM Centrum. Start at Rostrum booth
PERFORMANCE

15:00
Cosmonap Edition: Let’s Hear the Images Talk
Duda Affonso (BR)
Presented by EULENGASSE/NowHere
What new narratives can emerge from combining different images? Inspired by speculative practice through the use of storytelling (Warburg/Glissant), Affonso uses film prints arranged on thematic boards to visualise and explore the formal relationships between the images. In this workshop the visitors are invited to participate in playing an associative game, exploring the neighbourhood relationship between the selected video frames and creating new narratives from the relationships established through storytelling.
What stories can each image evoke in the participants and to what extent do they relate to their personal internal images? How many stories can be told from the same associative board? How can internal (endogenous) images and external (exogenous) images be related? How to talk about them?
Duration: 1 h 30 min. Location: Talks & Performance Forum
WORKSHOP


Let’s Hear the Images Talk

15:30
Inner Feelings of The Spectator
Marija Griniuk (LT)
This project utilises EEG technology to track artists’ inner states during interactions at events like the Supermarket art fair, offering insights into their emotions. As the artist walks through the exhibition, her inner conditions are transformed into the colours of the Aurora Borealis, providing viewers with a visual representation of her mental state. The performance is funded by the Lithuanian Culture Institute, Cultural Attaché of the Republic of Lithuania in the Kingdom of Sweden, Republic of Finland, and Kingdom of Denmark.
Duration: 30 min. Location: All around the venue
PERFORMANCE

16:00
WAR at QWERTY Casino
Anders Qvist Nielsen, Jens Andersen
The piece is based upon the children’s card game ‘War’. It’s between two people; each participant turns over one card and the highest card wins. Easy peasy, but things then take a crazy turn.
The performance is part of Qwerty Casino, an ongoing performance-installation where you can gamble in classic casino-games like Black Jack, Roulette and more. But this time the classics are all in qwerty style. Open every day, all day long. Here we discuss greed, corruption, luck and who deserves to win the big prize.
Duration: 10 min. Location: QWERTY booth
GAME and PERFORMANCE

17:00
Live Reading
Boris Peianov (RS/RO)
Boris Peianov (b. 1989) is visual artist and architect based in Copenhagen. Writing is in his DNA; an extension to his artwork – if not an integral part. At Supermarket 2024 he will be reading a few short poems inspired by the drawing series ‘All the Ways I Tried To Keep Meeting You’. These two bodies of work function together as one; snapshots of dreams fueled by obsessive thoughts, longing and memories.
Duration: 10 min. Location: VLP booth
PERFORMATIVE READING

17:00
A Story
Choreographer/Concept: Sanna Söderholm (SE)
Dancers: Dafne Giannikopoulou (SE/GR), Vanessa Lindholm (SE), Emma Öberg (SE) and Sandy Harry Ceesay (SE)
Once upon a time there were many. The flock visits the planet Earth for a short moment. Serious, blown up, peaceful and tender. Before they go back to the future to a galaxy far away.
Duration: 3 h. Location: All around the venue and SKHLM Centrum. Start at the Café
PERFORMANCE


A Story

18:30
Plastic Age
Dorota Sadovská (SK)
The performance Plastic Age comments everyday life and objects that surround us. Through transparent packaging of things we imply the essence of their absent existence. They constitute a brand new world and at the same time make a statement about ours. Dorota Sadovská delights in playing a game of opposites and sliding upon the boundaries of media and of themes (traditional and progressively conceived). Her work is targeted at the skin, which she easily converts into lines, exploring the limits of inside and out, the positions of I and we, the subject and the object.
Duration: 45 min. Location: Altán Klamovka booth
PERFORMANCE


‘Plastic Age’ by Dorota Sadovská

At various times
Blast From the Past
Cecilia Sterner (SE)
Enter the mythic cave occasionally populated by creatures who interact with the visitors.
Duration: Varied. On and off during the day. Location: Flat Octopus booth
PERFORMANCE

Friday 26 April

12:00 and 15:00
Lamellae
Olivia Hassett (IE)
Presented by Interface
Olivia Hassett is a Dublin-based artist who creates live works, sculptures, and immersive installations. Her interest in the microscopic workings of the human body and how the various individual organs and systems converge to create unique human bodies is mirrored in her live works. The relationship between her body, the sculptural elements, and the ‘fabric’ of the spaces she performs in are sites of contestation. The improvised live works push and pull across the shifting boundaries between strength/ fragility, inside/ outside and the public/ private body. Lamellae explores that liminal space between waking and sleeping, dreaming and reality, sky and earth.
Duration: 20 min. Location: Talks & Performance Forum
PERFORMANCE

13:00
Game Care
Rebekah Dean (UK)
Presented by Björkö Konstnod (BKN)
Unpicking the garment’s individual pattern parts, one stitch at a time, facilitates a similar kind of experience to that of walking the land. In the same way that the repetitive action of walking step by step can offer a process for reading memory and thinking, unpicking the sum of parts of a man’s suit as my guide, explores and retraces the steps of another human being’s imaginings and thinking.
The unpicking of the suit is both an “activity” and a “statement” and it is also a backdrop for a conversation on the question ‘what is a man?’. Audience and artist together, through the deconstruction of a tailored suit, will challenge the question of patriarchal authority. Together we dream on!
Duration: 1–2 h. Location: Talks & Performance Forum
PERFORMANCE

At various times
Time & place announced on a poster in RUM два’s booth every day at 14.00
)The Stage(
RUM два: New Church (RS), Gordana Zikic (RS), S&M (Sabine Wedege (DK) and Magdalene Solli (NO))
RUM два (dva) will present a line-up of performances and workshops either at the booth or around the venue of the fair. Watch out for a poster in the booth which will tell when and where the performance and workshop will take place. Remember the total exhibition at the booth has a performative and interactive approach.
Duration: Varied. Location: Various. Information in RUM два booth
PERFORMANCE and WORKSHOP

14:00
Particip Stockholm
Roel van der Linden (NL) and Aki Zum (SE)
Presented by Luxfer Open Space
Come see, create and experience the permanent painting performance ’Particip’ – meeting each other, creating together, improvisation, and direct contact with the audience are key elements of the project.
Duration: 2–3 h. Location: Entrance
PERFORMANCE

14:00
Phases of the Moon
Carolina Hindsjö (SE)
Sound by Sampan Grettisson
Carolina Hindsjö’s performance consists of a text she reads out while moving between her paintings in her exhibition ‘The Moon’. The work is about freedom, secrets, darkness and light. But also about movement and change, the most basic elements of the Universe.
Duration: 15–20 min. Location: Studio 44 booth
PERFORMANCE

14:30
Dream Scene
Participating artists from Gallery Rostrum’s Dream Team: Gisela Eriksson,
Lisa Fjellman, Christel Lundberg och Anna Lönn Franko (SE)
Gallery Rostrum present a ‘Dream Scene’ as an opposition to the fast food entertainment society. We want to create a collective artwork, a moving sculpture installation which is also part of the performative scene. We will open up our space for other artists to participate. A kind of an open performance stage. We want to explore the seven sins; pride, greed, wrath, envy, lust, gluttony and sloth in contrast to the seven capital virtues; chastity, temperance, charity, diligence, patience, kindness, and humility. The performance starts as a walk through the art fair and continues up to the shopping mall.
Duration: Varied. Location: All around the venue and SKHLM Centrum. Start at Rostrum booth
PERFORMANCE

15:00
WAR at QWERTY Casino
Anders Qvist Nielsen, Jens Andersen
The piece is based upon the children’s card game ‘War’. It’s between two people; each participant turns over one card and the highest card wins. Easy peasy, but things then take a crazy turn.
The performance is part of Qwerty Casino, an ongoing performance-installation where you can gamble in classic casino-games like Black Jack, Roulette and more. But this time the classics are all in qwerty style. Open every day, all day long. Here we discuss greed, corruption, luck and who deserves to win the big prize.
Duration: 10 min. Location: QWERTY booth
GAME and PERFORMANCE

16:00
Reviving Art Scene From the Heart of Old Cairo
Moataz Nasr, moderated by Hanna Wildow
Presented by Darb1718
Come join us for a talk on how Darb1718, an artist-run space located in Cairo, started in 2008 and has operated since. We will discuss the challenges the art space has faced including the last demolition incident, and its role and impact on nourishing the artistic and cultural scene in Egypt, from the heart of Old Cairo.
Duration: 1 h. Location: Talks & Performance Forum
TALK


Music concert in Cairo

17:00
Live Reading
Boris Peianov (RS/RO)
Boris Peianov (b. 1989) is visual artist and architect based in Copenhagen. Writing is in his DNA; an extension to his artwork – if not an integral part. At Supermarket 2024 he will be reading a few short poems inspired by the drawing series ‘All the Ways I Tried To Keep Meeting You’. These two bodies of work function together as one; snapshots of dreams fueled by obsessive thoughts, longing and memories.
Duration: 10 min. Location: VLP booth
PERFORMATIVE READING

17:30
The Deceiver
Agnieszka Szczotka (PL/UK)
Presented by VLP
The Deceiver is a dreamlike journey through the body; the body that is grotesque, abject, fragmented, archival; the body that spills, and by doing so trespasses its own borders.
Agnieszka Szczotka is a Polish artist, writer and performer based in London. She received her postgraduate degree from the Royal Academy of Arts, London, in 2021. Her works and performances have been presented at VLP Copenhagen; Mare Karina, Venice; FACT, Liverpool; Bloomberg New Contemporaries, Firstsite, Colchester and the South London Gallery, London; FormaHQ; Workplace Gallery; RA Schools Show, Royal Academy of Arts; Cooke Latham Gallery; CIRCA, Piccadilly Lights, all in London.
Duration: 20 min. Location: Talks & Performance Forum
PERFORMANCE

18:30
Artist-Curated Spaces
Gonzalo Córdova Vergara, Casa Belgrado, Buenos Aires
Luca Evans, Under Projects, Cape town
Moataz Nasreldin, Darb1718, Cairo
Mohamed Sleiman Labat, Motif Art Studio, Smara refugee camp, southwest Algeria
Moderated by Abir Boukhari
In the art world, it is common for artists to step into the role of curator, often by managing their own art spaces. This role enables artists to curate exhibitions that showcase their work and highlight work by other artists. However, this dual responsibility requires the artists who curate to sacrifice part of their artistic time to manage the space or organise shows.
This fusion of artistic creation and curatorial practice offers fresh perspectives that challenge the traditional boundaries between artist and curator roles. It grants some artists the freedom to present their works in their own way. However, for other artists, it’s a matter of survival—a means to create art while building and sustaining an artistic community.
The artist-curators are invited in collaboration with Iaspis – International Programme for Visual and Applied Arts.
Duration: 2 x 40 min with 10 min pause. Location: Talks & Performance Forum
PANEL TALK

19:30
Dream Forum
Dárida Rodrigues (BR)
Dream Forum is an open temporal space where readings and made-up fables are shared. At the same time we exchange and contemplate experiences of the subjective oniric universe and the perks and delights of sleeping and dreaming in contemporary times. Sitting or laying around our figurative campfire, ludic games are created and played simultaneously.
Divided into two independent sessions, this first session dives into diverse poetic knowledge of dreaming, in a laboratory of decompressing and resting as activism. Join us to get in touch with the space-time dimension of dreams, memories and sensations.
Duration: 30 min. Location: EULENGASSE/NowHere booth
PERFORMANCE


View of Darida Rodrigues, ‘Dream Forum’, Pororoca Residency at Mirante, Igatu Bahia, Brazil, 2023

At various time
Blast From the Past
Cecilia Sterner (SE)
Enter the mythic cave occasionally populated by creatures who interact with the visitors.
Duration: Varied. On and off during the day. Location: Flat Octopus booth
PERFORMANCE

Saturday 27 April

12:00 and 15:00
Lamellae
Olivia Hassett (IE)
Presented by Interface
Olivia Hassett is a Dublin based artist who creates live works, sculptures, and immersive installations. Her interest in the microscopic workings of the human body and how the various individual organs and systems converge to create unique human bodies is mirrored in her live works. The relationship between her body, the sculptural elements, and the ‘fabric’ of the spaces she performs in are sites of contestation. The improvised live works push and pull across the shifting boundaries between strength/ fragility, inside/ outside and the public/ private body. Lamellae explores that liminal space between waking and sleeping, dreaming and reality, sky and earth.
Duration: 20 min. Location: Talks & Performance Forum
PERFORMANCE


View of Olivia Hassett, Encrusted, documentation of performance at Live Art Ireland, Tipperary, 2022

13:00
Game Care
Rebekah Dean (UK)
Presented by Björkö Konstnod
Unpicking the garment’s individual pattern parts, one stitch at a time, facilitates a similar kind of experience to that of walking the land. In the same way that the repetitive action of walking step by step can offer a process for reading memory and thinking, unpicking the sum of parts of a man’s suit as my guide, explores and retraces the steps of another human being’s imaginings and thinking.
The unpicking of the suit is both an “activity” and a “statement” and it is also a backdrop for a conversation on the question ‘what is a man?’. Audience and artist together, through the deconstruction of a tailored suit, will challenge the question of patriarchal authority. Together we dream on!
Duration: 1–2 h. Location: Talks & Performance Forum
PERFORMANCE

At various times
Time & place announced on a poster in RUM два’s booth every day at 14.00
)The Stage(
RUM два: New Church (RS), Gordana Zikic (RS), S&M (Sabine Wedege (DK) and Magdalene Solli (NO))
RUM два (dva) will present a line-up of performances and workshops either at the booth or around the venue of the fair. Watch out for a poster in the booth which will tell when and where the performance and workshop will take place. Remember the total exhibition at the booth has a performative and interactive approach.
Duration: Varied. Location: Various
PERFORMANCE and WORKSHOP

14:00
Phases of the Moon
Carolina Hindsjö (SE)
Sound by Sampan Grettisson
Carolina Hindsjö’s performance consists of a text she reads out while moving between her paintings in her exhibition ‘The Moon’. The work is about freedom, secrets, darkness and light. But also about movement and change, the most basic elements of the Universe.
Duration: 15–20 min. Location: Studio 44 booth
PERFORMANCE

14:30
Dream Scene
Participating artists from Gallery Rostrum’s Dream Team: Gisela Eriksson,
Lisa Fjellman, Christel Lundberg och Anna Lönn Franko (SE)
Gallery Rostrum present a ‘Dream Scene’ as an opposition to the fast food entertainment society. We want to create a collective artwork, a moving sculpture installation which is also part of the performative scene. We will open up our space for other artists to participate. A kind of an open performance stage. We want to explore the seven sins; pride, greed, wrath, envy, lust, gluttony and sloth in contrast to the seven capital virtues; chastity, temperance, charity, diligence, patience, kindness, and humility. The performance starts as a walk through the art fair and continues up to the shopping mall.
Duration: Varied. Location: All around the venue and SKHLM Centrum. Start at Rostrum booth
PERFORMANCE

15:00
WAR at QWERTY Casino
Anders Qvist Nielsen, Jens Andersen (DK)
The piece is based upon the children’s card game ‘War’. It’s between two people; each participant turns over one card and the highest card wins. Easy peasy, but things then take a crazy turn.
The performance is part of Qwerty Casino, an ongoing performance-installation where you can gamble in classic casino-games like Black Jack, Roulette and more. But this time the classics are all in qwerty style. Open every day, all day long. Here we discuss greed, corruption, luck and who deserves to win the big prize.
Duration: 10 min. Location: QWERTY booth
GAME and PERFORMANCE

15:30
Dream Forum
Dárida Rodrigues (BR)
Dream Forum is an open temporal space where readings and made-up fables are shared. At the same time we exchange and contemplate experiences of the subjective oniric universe and the perks and delights of sleeping and dreaming in contemporary times. Sitting or laying around our figurative campfire, ludic games are created and played simultaneously.
Divided into two independent sessions, this second session launches from this Unconcious game in flow, invites to dreamlike audio performances and to the sharing of visions for the insurgency and the urgency of the dreaming.
Duration: 30 min. Location: EULENGASSE/NowHere booth
PERFORMANCE

16:00
Art Shots I
Supermarket Art Shots use the format of Pecha Kucha. In each session we present five speakers/galleries from the ranges of our exhibitors, each of whom have exactly 10 minutes to deliver their presentation in 10 images. The session is followed by an open discussion.
Duration: 1 h. Location: Talks & Performance Forum
TALK

17:00
Live Reading
Boris Peianov (RS/RO)
Boris Peianov (b. 1989) is visual artist and architect based in Copenhagen. Writing is in his DNA; an extension to his artwork – if not an integral part. At Supermarket 2024 he will be reading a few short poems inspired by the drawing series ‘All the Ways I Tried To Keep Meeting You’. These two bodies of work function together as one; snapshots of dreams fueled by obsessive thoughts, longing and memories.
Duration: 10 min. Location: VLP booth
PERFORMATIVE READING

18:00
The Deceiver
Agnieszka Szczotka (PL/UK)
The Deceiver is a dreamlike journey through the body; the body that is grotesque, abject, fragmented, archival; the body that spills, and by doing so trespasses its own borders.
Agnieszka Szczotka is a Polish artist, writer and performer based in London. She received her postgraduate degree from the Royal Academy of Arts, London, in 2021. Her works and performances have been presented at VLP Copenhagen; Mare Karina, Venice; FACT, Liverpool; Bloomberg New Contemporaries, Firstsite, Colchester and the South London Gallery, London; FormaHQ; Workplace Gallery; RA Schools Show, Royal Academy of Arts; Cooke Latham Gallery; CIRCA, Piccadilly Lights, all in London.
Duration: 20 min. Location: Talks & Performance Forum
PERFORMANCE


Agnieszka Szczotka

At various times
Blast From the Past
Cecilia Sterner (SE)
Enter the mythic cave occasionally populated by creatures who interact with the visitors.
Duration: Varied. On and off during the day. Location: Flat Octopus booth
PERFORMANCE

Sunday 28 April

12:00
Collective experience as the foundation for community building
Copenhagen-based gallery Vi lever på polsk meets Studio 44 from Stockholm
Studio 44: Carolina Hindsjö, Catrin Lundqvist, Helena Burman, Mariana Ekner, Kasia Piorek, Monica Larsson.
VLP: Boris Peianov, Agnieszka Szczotka, Mikkel Nielsen, Magda Buczek, Bartek Arobal Kociemba
Moderated by Patrycja Anna Treichel, Polish Institute in Stockholm
Vi lever på polsk and Studio 44 are two artist-run galleries that build their communities on the power of collective experience. In their programmes they prioritise inclusivity, embrace otherness and create spaces for various art forms to intersect and cultural exchange to thrive. Operating in two Nordic capitals: Copenhagen and Stockholm, the galleries have access to the vastness of unique ideas while at the same time, the challenging situation in the arts and cultural sectors is their daily struggle. Join us for an hour of exploratory discussion on similarities and differences of operating an artist-run gallery in Denmark and in Sweden. During the talk, both galleries will also present some of the artists involved in their communities and together reflect on their participation in Supermarket 2024 where they present exhibitions and performances that touch upon spiritual tradition, community binding rituals, mythology and the force of nature.
The panel is organised with the support of the Polish Institute in Stockholm.
Duration: 1 h. Location: Talks & Performance Forum
PANEL TALK

13:30
WAR
Anders Qvist Nielsen, Jens Andersen + special surprise at QWERTY Casino
The piece is based upon the children’s card game ‘War’. It’s between two people; each participant turns over one card and the highest card wins. Easy peasy, but things then take a crazy turn.
The performance is part of Qwerty Casino, an ongoing performance-installation where you can gamble in classic casino-games like Black Jack, Roulette and more. But this time the classics are all in qwerty style. Open every day, all day long. Here we discuss greed, corruption, luck and who deserves to win the big prize.
Duration: 15 min. Location: QWERTY booth
GAME and PERFORMANCE


QWERTY, Qwerty Casino, Juxtapose Art Fair, Århus, 2023, photo: Mariana Gil (@mgilphoto) and Juxtapose Art Fair (@juxtaposeartfair)

At various times
Time & place announced on a poster in RUM два’s booth every day at 14.00
)The Stage(
RUM два: New Church (RS), Gordana Zikic (RS), S&M (Sabine Wedege (DK) and Magdalene Solli (NO))
RUM два (dva) will present a line-up of performances and workshops either at the booth or around the venue of the fair. Watch out for a poster in the booth which will tell when and where the performance and workshop will take place. Remember the total exhibition at the booth has a performative and interactive approach.
Duration: Varied. Location: Various. Information in RUM два booth
PERFORMANCE and WORKSHOP

14:00
Phases of the Moon
Carolina Hindsjö (SE)
Sound by Sampan Grettisson
Carolina Hindsjö’s performance consists of a text she reads out while moving between her paintings in her exhibition ‘The Moon’. The work is about freedom, secrets, darkness and light. But also about movement and change, the most basic elements of the Universe.
Duration: 15–20 min. Location: Studio 44 booth
PERFORMANCE

14:30
Dream Scene
Participating artists from Gallery Rostrum’s Dream Team: Gisela Eriksson,
Lisa Fjellman, Christel Lundberg och Anna Lönn Franko
Gallery Rostrum present a ‘Dream Scene’ as an opposition to the fast food entertainment society. We want to create a collective artwork, a moving sculpture installation which is also part of the performative scene. We will open up our space for other artists to participate. A kind of an open performance stage. We want to explore the seven sins; pride, greed, wrath, envy, lust, gluttony and sloth in contrast to the seven capital virtues; chastity, temperance, charity, diligence, patience, kindness, and humility. The performance starts as a walk through the art fair and continues up to the shopping mall.
Duration: Varied. Location: All around the venue and SKHLM Centrum. Start at Rostrum booth
PERFORMANCE

15:00
Art Shots II
Supermarket Art Shots use the format of Pecha Kucha. In each session we present five speakers/galleries from the ranges of our exhibitors, each of whom have exactly 10 minutes to deliver their presentation in 10 images. The session is followed by an open discussion.
Duration: 1 h. Location: Talks & Performance Forum
TALK

16:30
Cosmonap Edition: Let’s Hear the Images Talk
Duda Affonso (BR)
Presented by EULENGASSE/NowHere
What new narratives can emerge from combining different images? Inspired by speculative practice through the use of storytelling (Warburg/Glissant), Affonso uses film prints arranged on thematic boards to visualise and explore the formal relationships between the images. In this workshop the visitors are invited to participate in playing an associative game, exploring the neighbourhood relationship between the selected video frames and creating new narratives from the relationships established through storytelling.
What stories can each image evoke in the participants and to what extent do they relate to their personal internal images? How many stories can be told from the same associative board? How can internal (endogenous) images and external (exogenous) images be related? How to talk about them?
Duration: 1 h 30 min. Location: Talks & Performance Forum
WORKSHOP

At various times
Blast From the Past
Cecilia Sterner (SE)
Enter the mythic cave occasionally populated by creatures who interact with the visitors.
Duration: Varied. On and off during the day. Location: Flat Octopus booth
PERFORMANCE


‘Blast From the Past’ by Cecilia Sterner

SUPERMARKET TALKS & PERFORMANCE PROGRAMME

TALKS & PERFORMANCE have formed a vital part of the art fair since it began with the aim to stimulate the interest of the broad public in questions, topics and trends relevant to contemporary art. Live Action, Lokal_30, No Budget Performance, STOFF – Stockholm Fringe Fest, Fylkingen, IASPIS, KRO – Artists’ Association of Sweden, Konstpool, PAiN – Performance Art in Norrbotten, PALS – Performance Art Links, Istanbul Performance Art, and many more have been important contributors to the Talks & Performance programme.

SUPERMARKET TALKS functions as an open space for talks, presentations, and debates on contemporary art and its relation to society 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), Intimacy (2017), Legacy: who will survive and what will be left of them? (2018) and Temporary moratorium: all allowed? (2019), Fabricated (2020), Shapeshifters (2021), Holy Fluff (2022), and Twilight Zone (2023). The theme of Supermarket 2024 is Dream On.

SUPERMARKET PERFORMANCE shows works by performance artists from around the world and offers a range of performances from durational pieces to participatory or lecture performances.

TALKS & PERFORMANCE PROGRAMME 2024 COORDINATOR: Alice Máselníková, alice@supermarketarfair.com

All rights to the text and photographs belong to the artists if nothing else is specified. © Supermarket Art Fair ek. för. 2024