Artist conversations: Annika Elisabeth von Hauswolff i samtale med Annika Lundgren

Artist conversation in English at ARoS Aarhus Art Museum

Artist conversation

Wednesday 7 December 2022 from 17:00 – 19:00

ARoS Public, ARoS Aarhus Kunstmuseum, Aros Allé 2, 8000 Aarhus

In this conversation, artist Annika Elisabeth von Hausswolff reflects on her work in conversation with Annika Lundgren, artist and professor at Jutland Art Academy.

Artists Annika Elisabeth von Hausswolff and Annika Lundgren unite in their mutual hatred of theatre as phenomenon while still sharing a fascination for its elements. In this conversation they reflect on the stage and the manuscript as metaphors, the deconstruction of the theatrical, the problem with art-that-pretends and on making works that simultaneously speak about construction and deliver an illusion.

The talk will take place in the Salon on level 3 at ARoS Aarhus Art Museum.

Annika Elisabeth von Hausswolff

Annika Elisabeth von Hausswolff is one of the most influential photographic artists in Sweden. Her images revolve around issues like patriarchal structures, criminology, global capitalism and the subconscious and has been exhibited extensively in venues such as Moderna Museet (Stockholm), Turku Art Museum (Helsinki), Magasin 3 (Stockholm), Casey Caplan (New York), Andréhn-Schiptjenko (Paris & Stockholm) and ARoS (Aarhus)

Annika Lundgren

Annika Lundgren’s artistic practice consists of time- and text based works where the narrative, the political and the performative are central vectors. She presents her work in informal contexts as well as in institutions such as Stedejlik Museum (Amsterdam), Schirn Kunsthalle (Frankfurt), Spiral Building (Tokyo), White Columns (New York), South African National Gallery (Cape Town) Sörlandets Kunstmuseum (Kristiansand).


The event is part of a series of artist conversations organised by Jutland Art Academy in a collaboration with ARoS Aarhus Art Museum between the schools educators and invited artists .

The talks are supported by the city of Aarhus and the Salling Foundation.