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  • Jun 14, 2015

    Konsten.net om Catrin Andersson CREEP BEHAVIOUR

    "Hennes verk är som när naturvetenskap är som bäst: en slags stram poesi rotad i den fysiska världen."
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  • Jun 5, 2015

    Omkonst om Catrin Andersson CREEP BEHAVIOUR

    "Catrin Andersson rör sig konceptuellt i en forskningsliknande sfär, men utan att förlora den visuella suggestionen."
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  • Mar 11, 2015

    Konsten.net om Nadine Byrne

    "Byrne är en konstnär som har ordning på sitt konceptuella arbetsmaterial, men som ändå förmår ge idéerna en fysisk form. "
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  • Feb 11, 2015

    Håkan Nilsson i SvD om Magnus Thierfelder

    "Däremot tar jag förbehållslöst till mig av verket ”Each and every, one” där en mängd tingestar placerats på ett lågt podium i det större rummet."
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  • Jan 31, 2015

    Konsten.net on Magnus Thierfelder Present tense, sounding like an echo

    "Elastic Gallery has specialized itself on the kind of post-minimalistic art that varies both in format and technique."
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Current exhibition

Camilla Løw 20/8 - 26/9

Camilla Løw often retreats to the simplicity of geometric shapes.But, for her fourth exhibition at Elastic Gallery entitled  Nerves and Muscles she has let the foundation be set in the realm of intimacy  and subjectivity.

Løw takes on a more figurative approach by applying freer lines and working more intuitive. The sculptures bare traces from objects in her studio: tools, strings, clothes to name a few. They are placed on top of Plexiglas and then sprayed over: the objects leave their individual imprint on the cold surface.

In the show we are also met by a pair of steel hands. These rather illustrate the body, or the self than traces on a material. The sensation of these works together can also be seen in previous  handcrafted objects and sculptures made by Camilla Løw.

With all of the works specifically made for the space at Gävlegatan 10B, Løw moves into a different way of approaching her sculptures. She  forces us as spectators to maneuver arround the space and the objects in order to fully experience them.

Selected solo shows include Broken Windows, ELASTIC Gallery, 2007 Straight Letters, 2008, Dundee Contemporary Arts, Scotland, Piers Art Centre, Orkney, Embraced Open Reassembled, 2008, Sutton Lane London, and The Space of Shape -Time, National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, Oslo, 2012, Spring Rain, Elastic Gallery, Malmö 2013, Chain on Chain, Belmacz Gallery, London 2014.

Selected group shows include  Almost Always is Nearly Enough (together with Tauba Auerbach and Emily Wardill), Standard Oslo 2009, Carnegie Art Award 2010, Copenhagen, Reykjavik, Stockholm, Oslo, Helsinki 2009,  Dialogue of Hands, Glasgow International, Glasgow, Dave Allen/Camilla Løw, Frieze Focus, Frieze Art Fair, London; NN-A NN-A NN-A New Norwegian Abstraction, Astrup Fearnley, Oslo 2015;

Løw is represented in private and public collections in Norway, Sweden, Germany, Italy, the US and UK, to name a few.

Løw has produced three permanent public commissions in, and in the surrounding area of, Oslo; Double Dynamics at the Oslo Art Academy, Neon Winter and Social Geometry at Henie Onstad Art Centre, Høvikodden, and Alphabet Street at Statoil's new headquarters, Snarøya, Oslo.

Løw has been featured it two monographies to date, The Space of Shape -Time, 2012 for her show at the National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, Oslo and
Straight Letters, 2008 published in conjunction with her touring solo show Straight Letters  at Dundee Contemporary Arts, Dundee and Pier Arts Centre, Orkney.

http://www.camillalow.com

The exhibition is generously supported by the Norwegian Embassy in Stockholm

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