Kim Einarsson is a curator based in Stockholm and Berlin. Since 2010 she is the director of Konsthall C in Hökarängen. more...

The exhibition in Dresden was curated by Christiane Mennicke-Schwarz, the director of Kunsthaus Dresden, in cooperation with Silke Wagler, head of Kunstfonds/Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden.

Event Programme

Please check our our accompanying event programme as excursions to the Day Casts in Lusatia, artists lectures and more.

About the Blog

This blog is part of the project Kirunatopia. It serves as a platform for the participating artists to present their ongoing working process – independent of the geographical remoteness of Kiruna, the northernmost city in Sweden and center of the project. The blog provides insights into different positions, art works and exhibitions emerging from the diverse and transforming location of Kiruna in Lapland; it also allows for comments and thus audience participation. more...

About Kirunatopia

Kirunatopia is a research, residency and exhibition project initiated and managed by the Goethe-Institut Schweden and its collaborating partners Umeå University, Bildmuseet in Umeå and Konsthall C in Stockholm. A group of international artists have been invited to work and do research on site, in Kiruna, in relation to issues that are specific to the area. more...

Short Guide Dresden

In our short guide are texts to the works of the artists and some background information on the LAKOMA – Archive of Lusatia, that includes documentary material on opencast mining, the vanished places in Lusatia and historical protests. Download Shortguide
Goethe-Institut Schweden


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