Att finna och gestalta en själ
Address: Repslagarmuseet, Tågvirkesgränd 1, 446 37 Älvängen
7 September, 11am–3pm
During one intensive day immersed in art, we interrogate concepts of identity and literally dig into the ground in search for the soul of Älvängen. How does one go beneath the surface of a portrait and what does a place’s history have to tell about our current day and future? This day of art and cultural heritage offers two exhibition openings – a series of video-works by the young culture laureate Adam Dimmheed and a presentation of Ale Municipality’s newly restored artwork by Ivar Arosenius. There will also be a presentation of the Arosenius Project accompanied by an archeological excavation of the Arosenius site, activities for children and a distribution of the book Kattresan. Participants: Jonathan Westin, Dick Claésson, Andreas Antelid, Klara Blomdahl, Adam Dimmheed and others. In collaboration with ABF, The Arosenius Project, University of Gothenburg, Friends of the library in North Ale, Repslagarmuseet and Starrkärr’s local history association.