Yesterday we opened the exhibition of the project at the city library in Luleå. Colleagues, friends and strangers made it through our photos, videos, sounds, music and texts, as well as Magnus Fredriksson’s artwork. We’re very happy to be able to have this interaction with people and hope many more find their way to the library during the remained of September (we close the exhibition on Sep 30). A friend […]
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It’s Summertime and as Swedes, we’re hell bent for vacation. But, we have happy news and want to share them with you. On September 9, the town of Luleå celebrates “The night of culture” (Kulturnatta, in Swedish) and we have been invited by the city library, located down town in the House of Culture, to set up the art exhibition of Organizing rocks. This, we believe, is a very good […]
Between March 11-25, an art exhibit of Organizing rocks will be on display in the city hall in Kiruna. It is organised by the local art association, Kiruna Konstgille. The exhibition also includes illustrations of our project by the local artist Magnus Fredriksson (one of his illustration serves as the picture for this blogpost). In the exhibition we intend to evoke the question of how we can understand the organising […]
First on Spotify, soon on 40 other digital music services (including iTunes and Amazon)! Click here for Spotify link! On the menue on the left, you’ll find the Spaceland booklet with all info on the songs (including lyrics)!
Please welcome another guest blogger, management professor Monika Kostera. Monika uses poetry to capture our project: Tune in! Hear the underground humming, hear the rumble of darkness, the dungeons abuzz Join in! Growl the chorus, dance the machines It’s all right, we know where you’ve been This is ethnography of the heart and bone, it resonates with the ribcage, makes you stomp the resistance: We are all miners, we will […]
On the second floor of Kiruna’s city hall, there’s an exhibition by Kiruna’s association for art (Kiruna Konstgille). The exhibition consists of 100 t-shirts, designed by a variety of local artists (see the video further down, not by us!). The shirts predominantly address the changes that Kiruna is going through and some are relevant to the Kiruna mine and the labour process, or at least we think so. The second […]