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Graphic: Konst och Teknik 2022.

Welcome to the inauguration of Out of the Sky, into the Earth!

Date: August 27th, 12:00-18:00
Exhibition open daily  12.00-18.00 until September 11th.

Location: Gotland Art Museum
PåÄngen Food and Bar offers drinks and snacks made from freshly harvested Gotland vegetables.

13:00 Inauguration: Speeches and Introductions in the presence of the artists.

14:30 Bus to the Visborg field to experience The Swamp Observatory augmented reality app and to visit Brakfesten/La Grande Bouffe at Södra Hällarna nature reserve.

16:00 Bus returns to Visby from Södra Hällarna Nature Reserve.

Out of the Sky, into the Earth — was a public art project in three acts, that took place in Visby and its surroundings. It presented a living sculpture, an AR experience and an exhibition, triggering thoughts about life, care and co-existence on a damaged planet. Making use of pedagogy, playfulness and imagination, the artists addressed our broken relationship to the earth and to all the non-human-people that we share it with. Focusing on the visible, invisible, the real and imaginary life forms populating our world, the project presented two newly commissioned art- works: The Swamp Observatory by Urbonas Studio, and Brakfesten/La Grande Bouffe, by Anne Duk Hee Jordan and Pauline Doutreluingne.

School classes were invited to the What We Don’t See workshop programme, led by artist and educator Jessica Lundeberg, to engage with the artworks and create art and animations themselves.

Projects and sketches from the New Perspectives Visborg urban development project by artists Juri Markkula and Ingela Ihrman will also be on display alongside the exhibition.

Graphic: Konst och Teknik 2022.


The project is curated by Edi Muka, curator at Public Art Agency Sweden, in collaboration with Helena Selder, artistic director of BAC.

The workshops from school children What We Don’t See, are made possible with support from Region Gotland Culture department.


Out of the Sky, into the Earth project page


The Swamp Observatory

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