Art on Screen trailers

Art on Screen is a toolkit that includes eleven videos and other works that exist on screens, made by well-known artists based in Sweden.

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Art on Screen toolkit

The Weather War (no subs)

The Weather War , 2012, 57:00 min

The Weather War is a documentary/art film about man’s attempts to control the weather and harness it for his own purposes. In a blend of land art performance and road movie, artist duo Bigert & Bergström travels to the US tornado belt with their special machine-sculpture, the Tornado Diverter, with the goal to stop a tornado.

Bigert & Bergström

Since 1986, Mats Bigert and Lars Bergström have produced and created a wide range of art projects ranging from large-scale sculptures and installations to performance and film. Often with a conceptual edge, the core of their work is placed right in the junction between humanity, nature, and technology. With energetic curiosity and often using humour as a tool, the duo is known to analyse scientific and social issues discussed in contemporary society, such as climate change or environmental sustainability. Mats Bigert and Lars Bergström were born 1965 and 1962 in Stockholm where they currently live and work.

Glitterfabriken

The Glitter Factory, 2022, 57:00 min

Sweden’s only glitter factory was located in Dalarna, close to the artist’s home village and home to his grandparents. In an attempt to sustain the factory’s survival, the year’s cycle materialized in the house by producing different objects according to the different needs of the season. Christmas tree tinsel in the winter, binoculars in the spring, sunglasses in the summer and zippers in the autumn. In the film, The Glitter Factory turns into an archeological excavation with confused archeologists.

Alexander Rynéus

Alexander Rynéus is an artist and film director whose work can be described as place-specific art projects. Using the documentary as a method, he engages in personal encounters with people and their lives in communities often affected by big changes. His processes often take years to realize, where the time perspective enables a more extensive history writing allowing for minor moments to unfold alongside the bigger narrative and together form a new whole. Alexander Rynéus was born 1987 in Svärdsjö, he currently lives and works in Stockholm.

Höghuset

Höghuset (The Highrise), 1976, 09:40 min

Lilian Domec’s playful animation, made in collaboration with Annty Landherr and Olle Hedman, portrays a number of people living in a high-rise building in a grey and dreary neighborhood, dreaming away. Here's the housewife flying off in her hot air balloon, the boy who just wants to watch cowboy-flicks, a sea captain, and the little girl, who gets so angry because there's nowhere to play on the car-filled streets and instead rides off on a hippopotamus.

Lilian Lindblad Domec

Lilian Lindblad Domec was a painter, filmmaker, illustrator, and activist. Like many of her female contemporaries, she has largely slipped under the radar. She made a living by drawing press illustrations for daily newspapers and had several assignments for the Swedish Educational Broadcasting Company where she drew and animated clips in several productions. From the mid- 1960s onwards, she became a part of Swedish experimental film and made several short films through her own production company Victoriafilm and the legendary Filmverkstan (the Film Workshop). Lilian Lindblad was born 1922 in Stockholm and divided her working life between Marnay, France, and Stockholm where she died 2017.

How to Civilize a Waterfall (ENG SUB)

How to Civilize a Waterfall, 2010, full video 4:05 min

In the video, artist Hanna Ljungh performs an authoritative confrontation with nature, an indifferent and independent force. Ljungh challenges a waterfall and tries to persuade it to turn into a hydroelectric power plant. The work reveals humanity’s comical and paradoxical relationship with nature. The encounter becomes an emotional and almost spiritual experience – an encounter with one’s self.

Hanna Ljungh

Hanna Ljungh works with film, photography, sculpture, and installation and has for some time now dedicated her art practice to the matter we describe as land, soil, stone, and mountain. Her work reflects upon and questions the fine line between what we call human and non-human forms of existence and the complex relations between them. Ljungh’s works are often fact-based in their core but in their aesthetics, they move away from the factual to rather relate to the viewers bodily sensations and feelings. Hanna Ljungh was born 1974 in Washington, she lives and works in Stockholm.

The Haven (ENG SUB)

The Haven, 2020, full video 19:05 min

The Haven takes place in the communal laundry house, typical to Swedish housing complexes and a kind of frame of mind for ordinary life. The laundry house is not only a warm and temporary safe space, but also a place where it is possible to be somebody else, for a couple of hours. In an uncertain and vanishing existence, simple everyday routines – like doing laundry – becomes a way to hold on, and to belong.

Petronella Petander

På Tunnelbanan (ENG SUBS)

På tunnelbanan (On the underground) 2001, full video 04:10 min

Wearing a tiara as the self-appointed Miss Universe, Catti Brandelius has turned a number of concepts and preconceived notions on their head. In On the Underground Miss Universe meets passengers from different places and social classes. The film is about prejudice and how people are judged according to coded markers.

Catti Brandelius

Catti Brandelius is an artist and musician using various artistic expressions such as photography, drawing, video, pop music, silkscreen, poetry and tap dance. Over the years she has used several aliases like Miss Universum (Miss Universe), Profesora (The Professor), Evert Taube and Elitakrobaten (The Elite Acrobat). She uses stereotypes and builds up new personas, which in themselves are stereotypes, but tries to compromise and change these to get both herself and others to see the world from new perspectives. Catti Brandelius was born 1971 in Gävle and lives and works in Stockholm.

I am the dog that always was here

I am the dog that always was here, 2013, full video 09:08 min

The video set in the outskirts of Istanbul, focuses on moments of transition and marginalized experiences of time, seen through the lens of a street dog. Having been moved by the authorities to peripheral pockets outside the expanding city, the dogs are continuously moving along lines of gentrification and corporate city making.

Annika Eriksson

Delay

Delay, 2014, full video 4:21 min

In the video work Delay the artist moves like a dancer along the streets of Stockholm, concentrating his movement around Stureplan, the mecca of night life in the city. His tall figure sometimes pauses to blend in with young men. Mostyn imitates the men’s movements, strokes their cheeks, and positions himself uncomfortably close. His declaration of tenderness creates responses of surprise, laughter, but also resistance.

Santiago Mostyn

Santiago Mostyn’s films, installations, texts, and performances often explore the dissonance of lives lived between different political spheres. His work simultaneously employs footage of historical events, political and cultural figures, and racial injustice to speak to his own personal histories. Santiago creates an intuitive narrative through layering and collage, whether through video or installation, combining new and archival imagery. His research-like process examines questions of identity and memory, both personal and collective, and the intersections of history with current events. Santiago Mostyn was born 1981 in San Francisco. He is currently based in Stockholm but maintain strong ties with Zimbabwe, and Trinidad & Tobago, the countries of his upbringing.

Sylwan

Sylwan, 2022, full video 15:20 min

In the film Sylwan, Astrid Lindgren’s famous story about Pippi Longstocking becomes a window to an overlooked side of Swedish history. It is a story about the first documented Afro-Swedish actor Joe Sylwan, and his family of performers and actors, who was playing a minor part in the first and rarely screened 1949 film adaptation of Pippi. In the visually seductive film Sylwan an actor playing Joe Sylwan enters the stage of an eighteenth-century theatre and tells the true story of a racist attack, which became a much-publicized trial in Stockholm in 1932.

Salad Hilowle

Salad Hilowle is an artist, filmmaker, and art educator. He is interested in the historical roots of the Afro-Swedish diaspora in Sweden and its links to contemporary times. His artistry shifts between video, photography and installation and revolves around the themes of identity, memory, and feelings of “inbetweenness”. Salad Hilowle was born 1986 in Mogadishu and grew up in Gävle Sweden. He now lives and works in Stockholm.

You don't love me yet

You don't love me yet, 2003, full video 07:43 min / 2001-2020 archive

The film is a recording session at Atlantis studio in Stockholm, featuring around 40 musicians recording a cover version of the 1984 love song You don’t love me yet, originally made by Roky Erickson in 1984. The film is part of an extensive and ongoing live tour, starting in 2001. What started as a local, single event became an international phenomenon in which other musical communities wanted to share. The recordings form an archive containing over 300 covers performed in 28 cities all over the world. The constant repetition and production, from Stockholm to Toronto via Madrid demonstrates an appetite for collectivism, for coming together.

Johanna Billing

Johanna Billing’s conceptually oriented video art is often situated in the interplay between the individual and society, the public and the private, the staged and the improvised. Questions of learning, time and socially scrutinizing processes are recurring themes, and her films often involve music, which through dialogue and collaboration becomes a medium for exchange, memory, and reconstruction. Johanna Billing was born in Jönköping in 1973 and lives and works in Stockholm.

Microcement (no subs)

Microcement, 2021, full video 23:55 min

A poetic depiction of the daily work at Cementa in Degerhamn on Öland, where large parts of the production were recently moved to Gotland, meaning the majority of the employees lost their jobs. The film focuses on the seven people who remain, keeping production on a small scale going. The sounds around the factory are at the same time palpable and absent. The machines have fallen silent, but in their absence new sounds appear – pigeons, caimans, ducks and swans are increasing in numbers, taking up more and more space. In an area with an industrial history of over 300 years, nature is slowly taking over.

Theresa Traore Dahlberg

Theresa Traore Dahlberg is a visual artist and filmmaker. Her films narrate stories in the expanded field of documentary including themes such as representation of the other, by questioning how individuals, events and places are perceived, interpreted, and understood. She finds her working material in everyday life, and encounters with people from different places play an important role. Traore Dahlberg draws from her own experiences of being anchored in two political and social cultures – Sweden and Burkina Faso. Theresa Traore Dahlberg was born in 1983 in Värnamo, and grew up in Ouagadougou and Skogsby, Öland. She lives and works in Stockholm.

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                                    "children": "A poetic depiction of the daily work at Cementa in Degerhamn on Öland, where large parts of the production were recently moved to Gotland, meaning the majority of the employees lost their jobs. The film focuses on the seven people who remain, keeping production on a small scale going. The sounds around the factory are at the same time palpable and absent. The machines have fallen silent, but in their absence new sounds appear – pigeons, caimans, ducks and swans are increasing in numbers, taking up more and more space. In an area with an industrial history of over 300 years, nature is slowly taking over."
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                                    "children": "In the video, artist Hanna Ljungh performs an authoritative confrontation with nature, an indifferent and independent force. Ljungh challenges a waterfall and tries to persuade it to turn into a hydroelectric power plant. The work reveals humanity’s comical and paradoxical relationship with nature. The encounter becomes an emotional and almost spiritual experience – an encounter with one’s self."
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                                    "children": "Wearing a tiara as the self-appointed Miss Universe, Catti Brandelius has turned a number of concepts and preconceived notions on their head. In On the Underground Miss Universe meets passengers from different places and social classes. The film is about prejudice and how people are judged according to coded markers."
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                                    "children": "Catti Brandelius is an artist and musician using various artistic expressions such as photography, drawing, video, pop music, silkscreen, poetry and tap dance. Over the years she has used several aliases like Miss Universum (Miss Universe), Profesora (The Professor), Evert Taube and Elitakrobaten (The Elite Acrobat). She uses stereotypes and builds up new personas, which in themselves are stereotypes, but tries to compromise and change these to get both herself and others to see the world from new perspectives. Catti Brandelius was born 1971 in Gävle and lives and works in Stockholm."
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                                    "children": "The video set in the outskirts of Istanbul, focuses on moments of transition and marginalized experiences of time, seen through the lens of a street dog. Having been moved by the authorities to peripheral pockets outside the expanding city, the dogs are continuously moving along lines of gentrification and corporate city making."
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                                    "children": "<strong>Annika Eriksson</strong>"
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                                    "children": "In the video work Delay the artist moves like a dancer along the streets of Stockholm, concentrating his movement around Stureplan, the mecca of night life in the city. His tall figure sometimes pauses to blend in with young men. Mostyn imitates the men’s movements, strokes their cheeks, and positions himself uncomfortably close. His declaration of tenderness creates responses of surprise, laughter, but also resistance."
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                                    "children": "Santiago Mostyn’s films, installations, texts, and performances often explore the dissonance of lives lived between different political spheres. His work simultaneously employs footage of historical events, political and cultural figures, and racial injustice to speak to his own personal histories. Santiago creates an intuitive narrative through layering and collage, whether through video or installation, combining new and archival imagery. His research-like process examines questions of identity and memory, both personal and collective, and the intersections of history with current events. Santiago Mostyn was born 1981 in San Francisco. He is currently based in Stockholm but maintain strong ties with Zimbabwe, and Trinidad &amp; Tobago, the countries of his upbringing."
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                                    "children": "In the film Sylwan, Astrid Lindgren’s famous story about Pippi Longstocking becomes a window to an overlooked side of Swedish history. It is a story about the first documented Afro-Swedish actor Joe Sylwan, and his family of performers and actors, who was playing a minor part in the first and rarely screened 1949 film adaptation of Pippi. In the visually seductive film Sylwan an actor playing Joe Sylwan enters the stage of an eighteenth-century theatre and tells the true story of a racist attack, which became a much-publicized trial in Stockholm in 1932."
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                                    "children": "Salad Hilowle is an artist, filmmaker, and art educator. He is interested in the historical roots of the Afro-Swedish diaspora in Sweden and its links to contemporary times. His artistry shifts between video, photography and installation and revolves around the themes of identity, memory, and feelings of “inbetweenness”. Salad Hilowle was born 1986 in Mogadishu and grew up in Gävle Sweden. He now lives and works in Stockholm."
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                                    "children": "The film is a recording session at Atlantis studio in Stockholm, featuring around 40 musicians recording a cover version of the 1984 love song You don’t love me yet, originally made by Roky Erickson in 1984. The film is part of an extensive and ongoing live tour, starting in 2001. What started as a local, single event became an international phenomenon in which other musical communities wanted to share. The recordings form an archive containing over 300 covers performed in 28 cities all over the world. The constant repetition and production, from Stockholm to Toronto via Madrid demonstrates an appetite for collectivism, for coming together."
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                                    "children": "Johanna Billing’s conceptually oriented video art is often situated in the interplay between the individual and society, the public and the private, the staged and the improvised. Questions of learning, time and socially scrutinizing processes are recurring themes, and her films often involve music, which through dialogue and collaboration becomes a medium for exchange, memory, and reconstruction. Johanna Billing was born in Jönköping in 1973 and lives and works in Stockholm."
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                                    "children": "A poetic depiction of the daily work at Cementa in Degerhamn on Öland, where large parts of the production were recently moved to Gotland, meaning the majority of the employees lost their jobs. The film focuses on the seven people who remain, keeping production on a small scale going. The sounds around the factory are at the same time palpable and absent. The machines have fallen silent, but in their absence new sounds appear – pigeons, caimans, ducks and swans are increasing in numbers, taking up more and more space. In an area with an industrial history of over 300 years, nature is slowly taking over."
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                                    "children": "Theresa Traore Dahlberg is a visual artist and filmmaker. Her films narrate stories in the expanded field of documentary including themes such as representation of the other, by questioning how individuals, events and places are perceived, interpreted, and understood. She finds her working material in everyday life, and encounters with people from different places play an important role. Traore Dahlberg draws from her own experiences of being anchored in two political and social cultures – Sweden and Burkina Faso. Theresa Traore Dahlberg was born in 1983 in Värnamo, and grew up in Ouagadougou and Skogsby, Öland. She lives and works in Stockholm."
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