June 18 – 23, 2021
Re: Re: Re: Re:
An exhibition of new work by Clementine Edwards and Ada M. Patterson at Galleri Nef.
18 June 2021, 17:00 – 20:00
19 – 20 June, 12:00 – 17:00;
21 – 22 June, by appointment at email@example.com
23 June, 17:00 – 20:00
To ensure a safe visit and social distancing, we allow a maximum of four people inside the gallery at a time.
Re: Re: Re: Re: is a series of gentle missives, videos as call and response, between Ada M. Patterson from Barbados and Clementine Edwards from Naarm and then Rotterdam. In the correspondence, they speak to their shared experiences of life back home as potentially untenable, and the ways it provokes a complicated grief rooted in trans-ness, administration, climate, and the (dis)possession of land and body.
Clementine Edwards (Naarm, Rotterdam) & Ada M. Patterson (Bridgetown, Rotterdam) have been sharing conversations and collaborations on subjects such as climate crisis, plastic-as-toxic-muse, queer grief, and Blackness and whiteness since they met in 2019.
Mourning School is an artistic study program on the notion of being in grief as the stuff of our everyday, initiated by Lucie Gottlieb and Rosa Paardenkooper.
Re: Re: Re: Re: is made possible with support from The Swedish Art Council, and The Nordic Cultural Foundation through the Globus Opstart Grant. This work is a starting point for an ongoing project to be developed at Live Works Vol. 9 in 2022.
Visual identity and templates: Agga Stage
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Nef is a studio and exhibition space located in Bagarmossen, Stockholm (se). Initiated in 2020, it was founded with the objective of giving shape to diverse practices and providing an accessible diffusion platform to emerging artists. We house 6 studio spaces and a gallery. Nef was co-founded by Lucie Gottlieb and Tomas Sjögren.
The space is not wheelchair accessible. The entrance door is 80cm-wide and is followed by two 15cm-high steps.