Åsa Cederqvist work with film, installation, sculpture and performance, in an interface between fiction – reality, haptic – conceptual, ambigious - rational. Åsa continue to build works with a specific personal mythology from the interest in therapeutical methods, behavioural science and collaborative processes. Her work moves between documentary field studies, staged live performances, physical interaction, which all aim to push the expectations of formats, aestetical hierarchies and modes of expression.

„Through the act of playing, and study of knowledge production, personal growth, behavioral science and the use of expectations and suspense, my on-going practice if set to manifest the importance of physical understanding and a non-rational and multi-layered communication. Inherent lies the investigation of everyday magic, meaning making, spatial drama and co-creative processes.“



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Recent exhibitions/performances: Film screening, HILDE L.A; Rest in the Furrows of my Skin, Kunsthaus Hamburg; The Potential Space, Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin, States of Change, Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin, Playtime - a screening program, Yorkshire Dance in Leeds (2017); Suspension, Motifs and game, Österängens Art center, Jönköping (2016), Gestures and Gaps, Wetterling gallery (2015), HV-140 Years, HV-gallery (2014), The Cabinet and beyond – Gallery Verkligheten, Umeå (2014) Canni-Balls -in production, Ausland, Berlin (2014), Power is Exercised, Bomuldsfabriken, Arendal (2013), Síndrome - Context, modes and structure, La Capella, Barcelona (2013), Excavation, Wetterling gallery, (2013), Playing with Dead things, Steinsland Berliner (2013), Sideshow - Tanz im August, Berlin (2012), Darker than Night, Casino Metropolitano, Mexico City (2010), Construction 01:12 + The Cabinet, Konsthuset, Uppsala (2011), Swedish Conceptual Art, Kalmar Konstmuseum, Kalmar (2010).

Since 2010 Åsa works as Associate Professor in Fine arts at the Textile programme at Konstfack, Stockholm. 1998-2006 she played in the band Revl9n.

Photo by Märta Thisner




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