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Albin Biblom: Curiosity and Control

Photo Seminar 2019

Thu 10 Oct — Fri 11 Oct
Bildmuseet,Bio Abelli,Passerade evenemang


10–11 October

The Image’s Power

In this year’s photo seminar we meet photographers and artists from different parts of the world who talk about their work and their thoughts on illuminating and questioning power structures in society. All interpersonal relations are characterised by social hierarchies and power relationships of various kinds. Visual artists and documentary photographers must deal with these but also recognise the power they themselves possess.

The seminar takes place in two places: Bildmuseet and Västerbottens museum. It is a collaboration addressing how power structures are examined and portrayed in documentary photography and the visual arts.

Programme Thursday
Bio Abelli, Västerbottens museum

12 Registration

12.45 Welcome
Ulrica Grubbström, Västerbottens museum and Micael Norberg, moderator

1pm Om svartsjuka och kärlek (Swe)
Jenny Rova

2pm Det vildas teater – om  iscensättningar av naturen (Swe)
Albin Biblom

3pm Fika

3.30 Representationskritik efter det postdigitala fotografiet (Swe)
Fredrik Svensk

4.30 Collaborations (Eng)
Tina Enghoff

5.30 Guided tour
Jenny Rova: Darling – A Self- portrait through the Eyes of My Lovers (Swe)

6.30 Dinner available at Västerbottens museum’s café

Programme Friday
Flexhallen at Bildmuseet

8.45 Welcome
Katarina Pierre, Bildmuseet

9am Melt (Eng)
Edith Marie Pasqueir

9.40 The Traces We Leave Behind (Eng)
Fanny Carinasdotter

10.20 Fika

10.40 Artist Talk (Eng)
Grada Kilomba and Katarina Pierre

11.20 Panel discussion (Eng)
All seminar’s partcipants

12 Lunch  available at Restaurang Hansson & Hammar

1pm Guided tour
Grada Kilomba/A World of Illusions
Animalesque/Art across species and  beings

5–9pm Art Friday at Bildmuseet

7pm Opening of exhibition:
Grada Kilomba/A World of Illusions


About the participants

Moderator both days: Micael Norberg

Link to application (in Swedish)

Last day for application: 7 October

Contact and information

Alexandra A. Ellis

Curator, documentary photography
+4690 20 20 338