Three audiovisual performances of the Sara Lidman archives.
Art exhibition, lectures and book release
Lived Readings is an artistic-scientific collaboration between visual artist Maria Sundström and literary scholar Annelie Bränström Öhman in collaboration with the Research Archives, HUMlab and Bildmuseet at Umeå University.
Maria Sundström’s work Lived Readings has been created with the support of Jon Svensson and Mattis Lindmark at HUMlab. The exhibition is displayed in HUMlab-X, Arts Campus, and takes place in conjunction with the release of a book about Sara Lidman by Annelie Bränström Öhman.
The exhibition is open:
October 5-19 2014
Tuesdays 11:00 – 20:00
Wednesdays – Sundays 11:00 – 18:00
Sara Lidman (1923-2004), beloved author and outspoken political icon, set her village in Västerbotten on the literary world map. Her works are collected in the Research Archives, Umeå University Library. Maria Sundström’s artistic visualization in Lived Readings gives new access to Sara Lidman’s works as the archives are transformed into an ever-changing meeting place.
Opening on Sunday, October 5 at 14:00.
Carl-Erik Engkvist, HUMlabs artistic leader guides us through the exhibition together with Annelie Brännström-Öhman and Maria Sundström. Join us when we explore the diaries of Sara Lidman!
Lecture at Bildmuseet/Flexhallen, Tuesday October 14, 18:30
Researcher Annelie Brännström-Öhman, artist Maria Sundström and producer Jon Svensson talks about ways to explore a writers archive with artistic methods.
Moderator: Sara Meidell, Västerbottenskuriren.
Finissage and book release! Sunday, October 19, at 14:00
We celebrate the publication of new book: ”Stilens munterhet”. Sara Lidmans författardagböcker från Missenträsk 1975-1985, by Annelie Brännström-Öhman, and close the exhibition by showing it one last time. Publicist Eva Bonnier opens this finissage, that is a joint event with the Sara Lidman Society and Albert Bonniers förlag.
|Sön okt 5 - sön okt 19 2014||HUMlab-X, Umeå Arts Campus|
Del av projekt:
Sara Lidman - a voice from the northern room out in the world