Apostlahästar i Stockholm

is a collaboration between artists Juanma González and Rosell Meseguer on the city of Stockholm, as part of NKF residency (23/6/2018 - 13/7/2018)

Wanderscapes´ conclusions

We want to understand “what is left in the landscape from its history”, starting from a process carried out in the area of the visual arts: photography, documentation, installation, drawing, painting and walking art.


Presentation at the NKF Residence [26.06.2018]
Four participatory urban walks:
   _Route 1 'The displaced city' [28.06.2018]
   _Route 2 'The city of bombs' [29.06.2018]
   _Route 3 'The underground city' [30.06.2018]
   _Route 4 'The city of minerals' [01.07.2018]
   Show of the process at NFK Residence [11.07.2018]

is a collaboration between artists Juanma González and Rosell Meseguer on the city of Stockholm, as part of NKF residency (23/6/2018 - 13/7/2018).

Rosell Meseguer
Visual artist and PhD in Fine Arts, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, where she is currently a Professor. Since 2005 she has developed her professional career between Europe and Latin America. She has made presentations of her work at M.N.C.A.R.S. Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Manifesta 8, 2010-2011, Plat(t)form 2013, Fotomuseum, Winthertur, Zurich or the project: Nuevas Historias. A New Perspective of Spanish Photography&Video Art at Kulturhuset, Stockholm; The National Museum of Photography-Den Sorte Diamant, Royal Library, Copenhague; The Stenersen Museum, Oslo and the Kuntsi Museum Of Modern Art, Vaasa. She lives in Madrid.
Her work is in collections such as Museo de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid; IVAM Valencia; C.A.2M. Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo Madrid; ENAIRE Foundation; Royal Academy of Spain in Rome; private collections in USA (Board Whitney Museum New York), Latinamerica and Spain (DKV Seguros).

Juanma González
Spanish artist currently working and living in Stockholm from 2013. He graduated at Kungliga Konsthögskolan in Stockholm 2016. His body of work focuses on walking practice as a method for an aesthetical and psychogeographical exploration of the surroundings. Developing different projects in Sweden, Finland and Norway, he has been able to compare historically, culturally and socially the differences and similarities between the Nordic countries and the  Southern European countries - specifically, Spain and Portugal. His research work has continued through postgraduate courses: Research_LAB at KKH (2017) and “Sites and Situations” at Konstfack (2018).
Recent exhibitions and projects include: 'Vandrar till Månen (2018)','Apostlahästar på Gotland' (2017), AIR_BALTIC residency BAC, 'Öns Röst' at Frösö kyrka (2016) and 'Vi är här'(2015) Galleri Mejan, Stockholm.

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