various artists, curated by Juan A. Gaitán
Interventions in the Arts&Crafts museum
The exhibition of arts&crafts is crazied up by interventions in the museum space. The contributing artists are either requiring space or using the space available, with basis in the existing exhibition.
Hadley & Maxwell: How to kill a Buddha (and other Received Ideas)
- mould of the sculptures from the museum's Chinese collection
Hilde Angel Danielsen: They hang high ... and are probably sour anyway
- roof skeleton hung upside down in the museum staircase
Siri Brekke: Material Inside Information
- nowadays the registration of items are rather formal, stating origin, year of production, material. Old registrations had colorful descriptions of the figures, like: Kneeling girl lifting her smallflowered apron up as a basket-like container. Over the right arm a large multi-colored sun-hat. On the phlint guilded mussel-ornaments.
The artist has written these descriptions onto the glass.
Amalia Pica: Unintentional Monuments
- items used as antennas displayed as art sculptures