... A collaboration between Hedvig Berglind & Amalie Jakobsen
Hedvig Berglind & Amalie Jakobsen
The exhibition brings together two works: the video Everybody talks about the weather and the installation Untitled #44. The two works were conceived while on the Feral Residency in Mexico and have been commissioned for DKUK.
Everybody talks about the weather tells the story of a young international terrorist who has broken into a modernist villa that she intends to blow up. The video was shot in Casa Barragan, the house and studio of Mexican modernist architect Luis Barragan. Untitled#44 consists of three bands of latex â€˜wrappingâ€™ the exhibition space; two of which will be respectively pink and orange, reflecting on the vivid colours of Casa Barragan where the work was initially created. The third latex band takes the colour of the gallery walls, emphasising the symbolic shift from one architecture to another.
Amalie Jakobsen (b. 1989) holds a BA in Fine Art from Goldsmiths University. She is currently showing in Inside Out at Gether Contemporary in Copenhagen, DK. Past shows include Bosse & Baum, London, UK in 2015, TwilSharp Gallery, Johannesburg, ZA in 2015, Breve Gallery, Mexico City, MX in 2015 and Elektrohaus, Hamburg, DE in 2014. This year she has participated in Feral Residency, Mexico City, MX, TwilSharp Residency Program, Johannesburg, ZA and at The Danish Art Workshop, Copenhagen DK. Upcoming shows include 2015 – 2017 Jeune CrÃ©ation EuropÃ©enne Biennale, INTL. and solo in Efrain Lopez Gallery, Chicago, US 2016.
Hedvig Berglind (b. 1988) is an artist and writer. She has an ongoing solo-show at Chalton Gallery, London. Recent exhibitions include Galleri Pictura Lund, SE, Galerie HFBK Hamburg, DE, Scena Productions London, UK, Feral, Mexico City, MX, STCFTHOTS, Leeds, UK and DIG, London, UK. Her recent text-based work is part of the first issue of Candid Armour Publishing, London, UK. Residencies include Feral Residency, Mexico City, MX. She graduated from Goldsmiths BA Fine Art in 2014.