Accompanied the travelling exhibition HORIZONIC – Unfolding Space through Sound Art.
HORIZONIC section: Amund Sjølie Sveen, Åsa Stjerna, Catrin Andersson, Dodda Maggý, Elin Øjen Vister, Goodiepal, Halldór Úlfarsson, Iben Mondrup, Jessie Kleemann and Kristín Björk Kristjánsdóttir.
This issue also presents Nordic and Baltic sound art in a broader sense: Knud Viktor, Finnbogi Pétursson, Voldemars Johansons, Erkki Kurenniemi, Per Svensson, freq_out, Andres Loo, Jana Winderen, LARM, Pessi Parviainen.
The issue no. 10, that was released end of June 2010, deals with how art and architecture relate to environmental problems in the Nordic and Baltic countries. After a thorough historical introduction, several themes present a survey of the way in which Nordic artists work on these questions, ranging from subtle perceptions to change of attitude and involved activists. Texts or interviews by specialists highlight the work of confirmed artists such as Olafur Eliasson, Henrik Håkansson, Tea Mäkipää and Rúrí, as well as the implication of the young generation. Reports on the main exhibitions and artistic events organized in relationship with the Climate Change Conference, COP15, complete the issue. The magazine is published in French with extracts of all articles in English.
DESTINY OF ARTISTS, DESTINY OF IMAGES
The Golden Room: Viking jewellery
François-Xavier Fabre and his Baltic destiny
Albert Edelfelt, a Finn in Paris
André Derain in the Danish collections
Rolf de Maré and the Ballets suédois
Jean Börlin in Skating Rink
Le Pod by Per Barklay