Friday, October 13, 2017
Time: 5–8 pm (with the artist present)
Saturday, September 30, 2017
Time: 6 pm–midnight*
Malmö Gallery Night 2017 coming up! Konstfrämjandet Skåne has gathered 54 participating galleries and art institutions, and offers guided tours – by foot, bike and bus – in several different languages.
KRETS is of course open the whole evening and presents the group exhibition Parataxis. Read more here and welcome by!
Saturday, September 16, 2017
Tuesday, September 19, 2017
Tid: 7 pm
Jenny Grönvall’s performance Inredning och affekt (Interior Design and Affect)* takes place in a domestic environment where the audience is invited to a viewing of the artist’s interior design objects, uncovered in relation to emotion and politics. The performance includes Grönvall revealing how specific parts of various objects has compelled her to want to own them, what potential they have in her life, and how they will impact future relationships to other objects.
Address: Stora Nygatan 5, Malmö
Nb! Limited space. Register via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Inredning och affekt is part of the exhibition Parataxis, on view at KRETS until October 1, 2017.
Saturday, September 16 , 2017
Time: 4 pm
As part of the exhibition Parataxis KRETS invites you to a lecture performance by Sara Collier. In Ask Me Where I’m From – a lecture performance she explore the role of the poet as storyteller, amateur historian and entertainer based on testimonies by her father William Henry Collier and his two friends George Nathanael Clemmons and Timothy Lee Greenlee.
KRETS wishes you all a happy summer and will open again on Friday, September 1 with Parataxis – a group exhibition curated by Julia Björnberg. Participating artists: Josefin Askfelt, Sara Collier, Jenny Grönvall, Signe Johannessen and Mi Tjio.
More information soon.
KRETS is open as usual during the Easter holiday: Friday 2–5 pm, Saturday 12–3 pm and Sunday 12–3 pm. Last days of Danilo Stankovic’s exhibition Saturnalia. Welcome by!
Saturday, February 4, 2017
Time: 7–10 pm (with the artist present)
Wednesday, January 4, 2017
Time: 8 pm
Vil starts the new year at KRETS with a headphone concert.
Vil is a new music project by Maria Bay Bechmann and Julius Rothlaender, based somewhere between Denmark and Iceland. The debut album Mens vi falder stille, mixed by Paul Evans and mastered by Valgeir Sigurðsson at Greenhouse Studios, will be released by the Berlin based record label ListenCollective in February 2017. The duo has performed their moony songs and sound experiments across Europe, and in January they are on a headphone concert tour to explore and celebrate a moment of stillness with us.
N.B. Bring your own headphones (the maximum amount of headphones we can connect will be 50)!