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INLIGHT by Sigurður Guðjónsson exhibited at Kleifar

Sigurður Guðjónsson opens his exhibition INLIGHT at Kleifar this coming Saturday, July 7th. INLIGHT was originally shown in the fall of 2017 in the chapel and morgue of St. Josephs Chapel, Hafnarfjörður and earned Sigurður the Icelandic Art Prize. The exhibition consists of three video works from 2017, Fuser, Scanner and Mirror Projector which will be installed in the outbuildings of Kleifar, a farm near Blönduós. In addition Sigurður will also be exhibiting an installation in the sheep shed of Kleifar consisting of his 2018 video work Lightroom. The exhibition is curated by the ASÍ Art Museum and organized in collaboration with the residents at Kleifar, Áslaug Thorlacius and Finnur Arnar.

For more information see the exhibition’s Facebook event.


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