Exit, mirrorglas, wood. H: 280 x 180 x 180 cm.
Malmö Konsthall, Sweden 2014. Photo: Helene Toresdotter

¨In her exhibition at Malmö Konsthall Gunilla Klingberg allows the cosmic to meet the everyday, the well known to meet the mystical. This exhibition contains new works but also ones created for totally different locations that are reactivated here within Malmö Konsthall’s architecture.
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A Sign in Space, steel cylinder, truck tires, sand, printed documentation. Lunar cycle, silk-screen printed posters.

Malmö Konsthall 2014. Photo: Helene Toresdotter

A Sign in Space, steel cylinder, truck tires, sand, printed documentation. Lunar cycle, silk-screen printed posters.

Malmö Konsthall 2014. Photo: Helene Toresdotter

Lunar cycle, (detail) silk-screen printed posters.

Parallelareal Variable, Eastside Project, Birmingham UK, 2013.
Ball chain curtains, steel structure.
Animated shadows by Peter Geschwind.

‘Parallelareal Variable’ reveals a powerful set of electro-magnetic bands of energy forming Eastside Projects. The artist hired a professional psychic dowser to divine the position of the Curry Lines within Digbeth running through the gallery. The representation of this grid through Eastside Projects turns the space into a flattened and repeating pattern, affecting the way a person navigates and exists in the space as a physical representation of the effects of the energy lines.

Photo: Stuart Whipps

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Wheel of Everyday Life, Rice Gallery, Houston, Texas, USA, 2013.
A large-scale, circular pattern in self-adhesive vinyl on floor and windows. Rice Gallery

Photo: Nash Baker

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A Sign in Space, sandprint at Laga beach.
Sense & Sustainability, Art biennale, Urdaibai, Spain, 2012.
A graphic star pattern is impressed as a relief on the sand at Laga Beach during low tide. As the tide rises, the pattern gradually disappears. The pattern is composed with fragments of truck tires, mounted on a cylindrical steel template and attached to the beach cleaner’s tractor. Following the lunar and tidal calendar, the pattern is remade across the beach at every possible low tide. The work is performed on dates when the tidal calender is synchronized with the the beach cleaners early morning working schedule.
Dates:
On morning hours (9-12 am): 19th, 20th, 30th and 31st July. 1st, 2nd, 14th, 15th, 16th, 30th and 31st August. 14th and 15th September.

A Sign in Space. From July the 21st to September 23rd, the Urdaibai Biosphere Reserve (Basque Country) will serve as the scene of the international contemporary art project Sense & Sustainability, curated by Alberto Sánchez Balmisa and organized by the Fundación 2012 Fundazioa.
Sense & Sustainability includes 10 site specific installations developed by 10 international artists.
The list of participant artists includes:  Lara Almarcegui (Zaragoza, Spain, 1972), Liam Gillick (Aylesbury, UK, 1964), Carlos Irijalba (Pamplona, 1979), Gunilla Klingberg (Stockholm, Sweden, 1966), Maider López (Donostia, Spain, 1975), Rafael Lozano-Hemmer (México DF, México, 1967), Renata Lucas (Ribeirão Preto, Brasil, 1971), Oscar Tuazon (Tacoma, USA, 1975), Pieter Vermeersch (Kortrijk, Belgium, 1973) and Haegue Yang (Seoul, South Korea, 1971).
Every one of them has developed site specific works in very different urban, industrial and natural spaces that investigate critically not only about the Urdaibai’s physical territory and social, cultural and economic development, as well as the more traditional concepts used for the art in public spaces.

A Sign in Space.

Patterns of Everyday Life, public commission trainstation Triangeln Malmö, Citytunneln. Commissioner: Malmö City. Opened Dec 2010.

Patterns of Everyday Life, concrete intarsia (detail) public commission trainstation Triangeln Malmö, Citytunneln.
Patterns of Everyday Life, public commission trainstation Triangeln Malmö, Citytunneln.
Patterns of Everyday Life,Lotus flowers in high-polished steel. Public commission trainstation Triangeln Malmö, Citytunneln.
Parallelareal Curry Lines, poster. Galerie Nordenhake, Stockholm, 2010.
Parallelareal Curry Lines, site specific installation, vinyl tape, Galerie Nordenhake, Stockholm, 2010.
The Doors, lacquered wood, door handle, 2008 x 96 x 98 cm. 2010.
Swivel Chair,wooden chair, 79 x 37 x 87 cm. 2010.
Perpetual Motion, moulded stainless steel, wire, height 60 cm, diam 30 cm. 2010.
Supernova – Interior Collapse, 2009. Bonniers Konsthall, Stockholm.
Mountable sculpture in wood, 9 x 5.5 x 4 m, wallpaper, oriental rugs, plastic carpets, wardrobe doors, sofa covering, stucco.

Installation view, Bonniers Konsthall, Stockholm, 2009.
Split Vision, bathroom cabinets. Bonniers Konsthall, 2010.
Cosmic Matter, scaffolding, printed tape, high-polished metal. Bonniers Konsthall, Stockholm, 2009.
Cosmic Matter, scaffolding, printed tape, high-polished metal, wall-painting. Bonniers Konsthall, Stockholm, 2009.
Cosmic Matter, scaffolding, printed tape, high-polished metal, wall-painting. Bonniers Konsthall, Stockholm, 2009.
Dreamcatchers - Cosmic Matter, laser-cut high-polished metal. Bonniers Konsthall, Stockholm, 2009.
Earth and Heaven (Apollo 11) - Cosmic Matter, acrylic wallpainting (2,6 m x 3,6 m). Bonniers Konsthall, Stockholm, 2009.

Cosmic Matter, scaffolding, printed tape, high-polished steel text and dreamcatchers. 10th Istanbul Biennial, IASPIS project, Istanbul, 2007.

Trancentrance, whind-chimes, laser-cut aluminium board. Connected to the entrance-door with a string. Activated when door opens. Market, Stockholm, 2009.
Wheel of Everyday Life, black stone and concrete. Akershus University Hospital, Lorenskog, Norway. 2008.
Brand New View, cut-out foil on window. Zeppelin University, Bodensee, Germany, 2009.
Good Luck Stars, two acrylic wall-paintings in the staircases at Skellefteå Kraft Arena, 2007.
Mantric Mutation, installation view.
Silk-screen printed self adhesive posters (80 x 80 cm) on walls and floor, laser-cut texts in mirror-plexiglas, surveillance mirrors, strip lights Halo. The Moderna Exhibition, Moderna Museet, Stockholm, 2006.
Mantric Mutation - Seduction of Spirit. laser-cut texts in mirror-plexiglas.
Mantric Mutation, silk-screen printed self adhesive posters.

Repeat Pattern, installation view.
Silk-screen printed linoleum tiles, surveillance mirrors, orange film on window, sound installation Feedback Soundtrack with Marshall amplifiers, microphones, stands, effect boxes. Studio K, KIASMA, Helsinki, 2004.
Repeat Pattern, surveillance mirrors.
Repeat Pattern, silk-screen printed linoleum tiles.

Brand New View, cut-out adhesive vinyl film,
Henry Dunker Culture Center, Helsingborg, 2003.

Transtube System, ricepaper lamps.
Palais de Tokyo - Site de Création Contemporaine, Paris, 2002.

Spar Loop, videoanimation on plasma screen.
Palais de Tokyo - Site de Création Contemporaine, Paris, 2002.

Cheap High, 2000-2003, plastic bags, tape, electric fans.
Gunilla Klingberg and Peter Geschwind.
Fundamentalisms of the New Order, Charlottenborg, Copenhagen, 2002.

New Delhi 2000-2001, video.
Gunilla Klingberg and Peter Geschwind, 2001.
Music by Momolake.

Non Stop Unfold, installation view, Transtube System - ricepaper lamps, Unfold - video, Feedback soundtrack - soundinstallation.
Index - The Swedish Contemporary Art Foundation, Stockholm, 2001.

Unfold, 2001, videostill.
Feedback Soundtrack, Marshall amplifiers, microphone, dist-box, flanger-box. 2001.
Non Stop Unfold, view from outside, pink coloured sunscreenfilm.
Index - The Swedish Contemporary Art Foundation, Stockholm, 2001.

Polyester Bloom, polyester flowers, electric motor.
Index - The Swedish Contemporary Art Foundation, Stockholm, 2001.

Sparspace, inkjet colour print on polethylene, 3,6 x 4,2 m, 2000. Installation view, What if – Art on the verge of architecture and design, Moderna Museet, Stockholm, 2000.

Sparspace, 1999 - 2000. detail.

Spar Loop, video animation. All You Can Eat, Galerie für Zeitgenössische Kunst Leipzig, 2000.

Seven Eleven Twist, wallpainting (6 x 3 m), two surveillance mirrors. Ynglingagatan 1, Stockholm, 1997.