POD dialogue – Plats för konst #04

 

ART PLATFORM /Plats för konst is a series of pod dialogues in Swedish, edited by Molly Sjögren,             and Åsa-Viktoria Wihlborg (see more )
The aim of Plats för konst is to establish a forum for discursive exchanges on issues concerning art in public raum;  Guests from different parts of the field of public arts, are invited to exchange views on the role of, conditions and strategies for working with visual art in relation to public raum and publicness.
I Plats för konst #04 is a conversation in Swedish between Kerstin Bergendal and architect Tor Lindstrand from KTH in Stockholm, on the role of the architect and the artist in relation to publicness, and on modes of, strategies for and problems within working durational in public raum, when engaging others.
 Link to the pod (in Swedish) : 
Tor Lindstrand (Stockholm) is an Associate Professor at the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH-A) and a co-owner of the office of Larsson Lindstrand Palme arkitektkontor AB. His practice oscillate between architecture, art and performance in numerous cultural contexts with projects presented in institutions like, TATE Liverpool, Venice Architecture Biennale 2008, 2010 and 2014, Steirischer Herbst, Shenzhen and Hong Kong Bi-city Biennale of Urbanism/Architecture, Van Abbe Museum, VOLTA Basel, Performa New York, Royal Dramatic Theatre Copenhagen, NAI Rotterdam, Stockholm Architecture Museum, Tensta Art centre, Botkyrka Art centre and Storefront for Art and Architecture. He co-initiated the International Festival, as well as Economy , and currently is involved in a collaborative research project on Power, Space and Ideology at KTH-A and Södertörn University and as an architecture critic for FORM magazine.

 

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