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We Make Our Own in Sliperiet's Collection 2012

Exhibition  /  06 May 2012  -  30 Sep 2012
Published: 18.06.2012
Sliperiet
Management:
Oscar Magnusson
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Intro
Welcome to Sliperiet, a moderna house of culture and art gallery in the countryside of Värmland, Sweden. Here you will find the best of two worlds, a collective contemporary art show and our very special atmosphere as we present to summer art collection of 2012
The Collection of 2012 at Sliperiet opens 6th of May 2012. Sliperiet is a modern house of culture and a 1500 square meters large art gallery in the countryside of Värmland, Sweden. Here you will find the best of two worlds, a collective contemporary art show and our very special atmosphere. A visit here will give you a memory for your life. Very Welcome!


Sliperiet presents the summer art collection of 2012 featuring the following artists:

"We Make Our Own" presents work by nine Swedish jewellers:

Christina Vildinge, Linnea Eriksson, Anna Rongedal, Karin Roy Andersson, Sanna Svedestedt, Pernilla Persson, Hanna Liljenberg, Ellen Jacobsen Holvik, Sara Pihlström

The complete Collection of 2012 at Sliperiet includes works by:
Kjell Engman, Nick Brandt, Ronnie Wood, Carl Fredrik Reuterswärd, Karolina Nolin, Madeleine Pyk, Mia Willaume, Joakim Johansson, Anna Benson, Amanda Ooms, Ernst Billgren, Johan Rheborg, Donald Baechler, Robert Rauschenberg, Cristo, ”The Drawingroom Chair” and ”We Make Our Own” – Jewellery Art

Remarks

Opening:
6th of May 12-17

Open hours:

May: Thursday – Sunday 12-17
June: Tuesday – Sunday 11-18
July/August: Monday - Sunday 11-18
September: Thursday – Sunday 12-16
Entrance 50sek
Karin Roy Andersson. Necklace: The Water Bear, 2009. Juniper wood, silver, nylon, diamond.. Burnt, frozen, radiated, raised from the dead – the water bear an evolutionary masterpiece.

. The water bear is a 0,5 – 1 mm animal. A bit chubby, segmented with eight legs and an amazing survivor. In experiments it has been exposed to 340 degrees of heat, hypothermia, radiation and drought. But in situations where all other creatures give in, the water bear endure. This little animal can go into a state of cryptobiosis, where all the things we normally define as life are shut down. Encapsulated in this state it can slumber waiting for things to get better. It can lie like this for decades until one day when times has changed, the conditions has become better, the spark of life is lit and the water bear wakes up.. Karin Roy Andersson
Necklace: The Water Bear, 2009
Juniper wood, silver, nylon, diamond.
Burnt, frozen, radiated, raised from the dead – the water bear an evolutionary masterpiece.

The water bear is a 0,5 – 1 mm animal. A bit chubby, segmented with eight legs and an amazing survivor. In experiments it has been exposed to 340 degrees of heat, hypothermia, radiation and drought. But in situations where all other creatures give in, the water bear endure. This little animal can go into a state of cryptobiosis, where all the things we normally define as life are shut down. Encapsulated in this state it can slumber waiting for things to get better. It can lie like this for decades until one day when times has changed, the conditions has become better, the spark of life is lit and the water bear wakes up.

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Anna Rongedal. Necklace: Until life returns, 2012. Mixed media. Anna Rongedal
Necklace: Until life returns, 2012
Mixed media
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Sanna Svedestedt. Brooch: Black Diamond (back view), 2009. Reindeer skin, titanium, silver. Sanna Svedestedt
Brooch: Black Diamond (back view), 2009
Reindeer skin, titanium, silver
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Sanna Svedestedt. Brooch: Black Diamond, 2009. Reindeer skin, titanium, silver. Sanna Svedestedt
Brooch: Black Diamond, 2009
Reindeer skin, titanium, silver
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