21 February, 16:00
Artist talk and film screening with the artist Anne Duk Hee Jordan and the curator Pauline Doutreluingne.
In E22 at the Almedalen Library.
24 February 17:00-19:00
Opening of the exhibition The Worm: Terrestrial, Fantastic and Wet,
Seminar room B13, main building Campus Gotland.
25 February- 5 March
The exhibition is open daily 12:00-17:00.
The exhibition hosts are students at Campus Gotland.
Anne Duk Hee Jordan’s work includes drawings, hand-built robots, edible landscapes, sculpture, film and sound. It is mainly the other life forms, insects and plants, that live alongside humans on Earth that she lovingly observes, invites and casts as lead characters in her art works. Together with Pauline Doutreluingne, she has created The Worm: Terrestrial, Fantastic and Wet, a film installation in which the viewer is given a fascinating insight into the world of worms. It explores biological, physiological and sexual aspects of the worm through soft sculptures, film and sound. The exhibition is a colourful and hallucinatory celebration of the worm in all its forms.
About the artists Anne Duk Hee Jordan is a Korean-German artist born in 1978. Pauline Doutrelouingne is a freelance curator and educator born in 1982 in Belgium. They work and live together in Berlin. Invited by the Public Art Agency Sweden, and in collaboration with the Baltic Art Center, they are currently working on "La Grande Bouffe", a sculptural installation and film based in the nature reserve Södra Hällarna. The work will be presented during 2022.
GRASS FELLOW PROGRAM "The Worm: Terrestrial, Fantastic and Wet", is presented as part of the GRASS Fellow programme where BAC and Uppsala University's interdisciplinary research school in sustainable development (GRASS) invite artists with a special focus on sustainability issues. The aim of the programme is to enrich Uppsala University Campus Gotland with artistic processes and experiments, excursions and exhibitions in order to contribute to increased curiosity, awareness and knowledge of sustainability issues. Visiting GRASS fellows during spring 2022 are Anne Duk Hee Jordan and Pauline Doutreluingne.