Lars Arrhenius 1966-2020
Med sorg mottar vi beskedet att Lars Arrhenius avlidit i sviterna av en operation. Han är konstnären bakom videokonstverket "Handels for Future!" som skulle invigas denna vår.
I’m Thinking About This Whole World; Clouds Below, Space Above
I’m Thinking About This Whole World; Clouds Below, Space Above by Tora Wallander is screened on the big SSE Atrium screen in May and Junev2021. The video is part of the exhibition Handels x Mejan.
I have a friend
I Have a Friend, 2021, by Marta Badenska Hammarberg is projected on the big SSE Atrium screen in April and May 2021. The video is part of the exhibition Handels x Mejan.
Where the borders runs
Where the border runs, 2017, by Knutte Wester is on display on the big screen in the atrium of Stockholm School of Economics, March 2021. What exists beyond a threshold, beyond a boundary? The...
Anna-Karin Rasmusson: APPROACHING
SSE Art Initiative proudly presents the exhibition APPROACHING: three videos by Anna-Karin Rasmusson exhibited in the atrium, the entrance hall and in one of the corridors on the entrance floor during...
The Average is a film, a manifesto and objects (like the burned loaf, that also plays a part in the film). It explores success, averageness, burnouts, socialism and “the little space between your body...
HOME (2015) by Emmanuel Van Der Auwera is a collage of social media family footage put together by artist Emmanuel Van der Auwera. They all show the same thing: the homecoming of Gulf War veterans...
The Waiting Room
The Waiting Room (2017-2019) by Gunilla Josephson contains four video works screened in the atrium in June 2020.
The Great Bear
A film by Jenny Holt about the aesthetics of farm work, created in cooperation between an artist, workers, animals and a landscape. A reminder of how easy it is to embark on abstractions, theoretical...
I Am Mountain, To Measure Impermanence
I Am Mountain, To Measure Impermanence by Hanna Ljungh is screened in the atrium during March 2020.
meshes of the afternoon
On 8 March 2018 also known as International Women's Day, we begin screening the experimental thriller Meshes of the Afternoon (1943) by Maya Deren