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GIBCA • Galleri 54
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Galleri 54 

Address: Kastellgatan 7, 413 07 Gothenburg
Website: galleri54.com
Contact: info@galleri54.com 
Opening hours: Tuesday–Friday, 1–5pm, Saturday–Sunday, 12–4pm

Johanna Arvidsson

5–29 September

Each historical moment has its own cultural codes. The images created in our society constitute a source of important historical documentation of the background of today's ideas and values. In her project, Arvidsson deals with the depiction of the female body through different epochs and philosophical traditions in Western (Art) History, where history of medicine and religion shines through. By using historical images and texts, taking details from symbolism and objectification and working with textiles chosen according to historical references, she explores female perspectives and narratives to erase borders of time and to bring the discussion under today’s light.
 
Opening: Thursday 5 September, 6–9pm
with an intra-active performance by and with Berth Stenabb
 

Sian Hedberg – Acedia 

4–6 October

The exhibition Acedia is an attempt to visualize a feeling of mental illness, above all depression, where the self has disappeared into the haze and completely lost itself and its reality. Sometimes there are obstacles and problems, which we must overcome. Everything changes and the only thing we can do is to try to navigate our way through these changes without really knowing what we are aiming for. Without knowing where the road is going.
 
Opening: Friday 4 October, 6–9pm
 
Public reading/Conversation: Saturday 5 October, 12pm, on Karen Barad’s text Meeting the Universe Halfway.
The conversation is moderated by Elisabeth Belgrano and Fredric Gunve
 
Artist talk: Sunday 6 October, 2pm,
with Sian Hedberg and moderated by Stefan Karlsson
 

Richard Alexandersson 

11 October–3 November

Richard Alexandersson’s 3D animated video installations unravel as dreamy and labyrinthic like existential contemplations of value, dignity and authenticity. In the works of Alexandersson there is a feeling of collapse and at the same time, of becoming, and they often wager a quiet struggle between the inner and the outer, the private and the social, and between utopian and dystopian moods. He mixes motifs and tropes from kitchen sink realism as well as sci-fi horror.
 
Opening: Friday 11 October, 6–9pm
 
Public reading/conversation: Saturday 12 October, 12pm. On Karen Barad’s text Meeting the Universe Halfway.
The conversation is moderated by Elisabeth Belgrano and Fredric Gunve
 

Elena Morena Weber: GEORGE 2.0 

8–10 November

 
GEORGE is lonely. Really lonely. For he is the last of his kind. GEORGE lives at his own surreal pace. A paradox in the time of restless multitasking. GEORGE longs for the end and thinks of loved ones, memories, and the recipe for a roast of meat stuffed with the cutest animals in the world. Melancholia and sadness define his existence, but GEORGE is just fine… 
 
Opening: Friday 8 November, 6–9pm