Address: Konstnärernas Kollektivverkstad Bohuslän, Skärholmen, 457 48 Hamburgsund
Opening hours: Saturday–Sunday, 12–4pm
14–15 September and 21–22 September
Soft Rock is a project based on collaboration and closeness, initiated by the artists Yoeri Guépin and Agnes Mohlin. Over the course of fourteen days the project gathers ten local and international artists at Konstnärernas kollektivverkstad (KKV) in Skärholmen, a former stone industry in the heart of Bohuslän. The artists are invited to use KKV as a production site to create new work in dialogue with one another and the surrounding landscape. Soft Rock encourages the artists to explore the sociopolitical history of Bohuslän with the Bohus granite as a navigational tool. The rock is a commodity that ties Bohuslän with the world, connects labour with landscape and craft with industry. Soft Rock is about learning from each other and our surroundings, to see the human traces in the landscape and the landscape’s traces in us. The results of these endeavors are presented in a group exhibition in the stone hall at KKV Bohuslän. Participants: Agneta Ekman, Britt Ignell, Rei Kakiuchi, Yoeri Guépin, Anna Ihle, Maike Hemmers, Idun Baltzersen, Angelica Falkeling, Malena Norlin, Agnes Mohlin.