Havet, Kalmar Art Museum's major summer exhibition, revolves around the four nodes of environment, mythology, loss and displacement. With: Filippa Arrias, Jonas Dahm, Marjolijn Dijkman, Toril Johannessen, Nuutti Koskinen, Nils Lagergren, Cecelia Mellberg, Birgitta Silfverhielm, Johan Thurfjell, Lotte Törnroth and works from the Kalmar Art Association’s collection.
Reclaiming places tells the story of a changing world, and the claims of indigenous people to inhabit the space that surrounds them and that they are made of. The works presented here are bound by joint environmental concerns. They also explore the notions of inhabiting the land - as well as exploiting - and possessing - it. With: Marwa Arsanios, Marjolijn Dijkman, Laura Huertas Millán, Joar Nango, Otobong Nkanga.
Through the curiosity and tenacity of artists’ investigations we encounter the manifold phenomena of the complex nature surrounding us. With: Rune Bosse, Stefanie Bühler, Marjolijn Dijkman, Tue Greenfort, Toril Johannessen, Sanna Kannisto, Anders Moseholm and Marika Seidler.
The exhibition Aquaria – Or the Illusion of a Boxed Sea reflects on the possibilities and new questions that arise we could come up against when rethinking our relationship with the marine world. With: Revital Cohen & Tuur Van Balen, Julien Creuzet, Simon Denny, Marjolijn Dijkman & Toril Johannessen, Michela de Mattei, Alice des Reis, Eva Jack, Joan Jonas, Armin Linke, Superflex and Stef Veldhuis. Curated by Angela Rui.
The COAL Prize dedicates its 2021 edition to the crucial issue of forests at the center of the climate crisis and ecological transition. Nominated artists: Karin Bolender (US), Marjolijn Dijkman (NL), Sara Favriau (FR), Collectif Fibra (PE), Julie C. Fortier (CN), Beya Gille Gacha (FR), Noémie Goudal (FR), Vincent Laval (FR), Erik Samakh (FR), Feda Wardak (FR). Award ceremony 16 June 2021.
Created in 2010 by the COAL association, the COAL Prize has in ten years become a vehicle for the identification, promotion and dissemination of artists all over the world who dare to imagine and experiment, to transform territories, lifestyles, organizations and production methods.
This exhibition examines the changing sea around us. Things that we have taken for granted are uncertain and causal chains are surprising in the future. Changes in the horizon and emotions reflected by the sea are pondered over in the exhibition with the help of the works of contemporary international and Finnish artists.
With: Catrin Andersson, Christian Falsnaes, Tue Greenfort, Max Guy, Ilkka Halso, Minna Henriksson, Ane Hjort Guttu, Hesselholdt & Mejlvang (Sofie Hesselholdt, Vibeke Mejlvang), Ingela Ihrman, Toril Johannessen & Marjolijn Dijkman, Floating Museum, (P)Art of the Biomass (Janna Holmstedt, Malin Lobell), Cheryl Pope, Sean Raspet, Michael x. Ryan, Nilsmagnus Sköld, Sophie Tottie, Wang & Söderström (Anny Wang, Tim Söderström), Amanda Williams.
A Common Breath is a exhibition programme on decolonisation and ecology. With: Marwa Arsanios, Myriam Bahaffou, Minia Biabiany, Ama Josephine Budge, Isabel Burr Raty, Régine Debatty, Marjolijn Dijkman, Malcom Ferdinand, Laura Huertas Millán, Maxime Jean-Baptiste, Karrabing Film Collective, Kris Kimpe, Elizabeth Povinelli, Samira Saleh, Fabrizio Terranova and Ana Vaz.
For her new commission in the CAC Lobby, Marjolijn Dijkman creates a custom collage comprised of photographs depicting obsolete ephemera associated with economies of energy—minerals, circuit boards, personal devices, and batteries. The photographs are captured using a high voltage photography technique with conductive glass, sourced from smartphones.
NOME is pleased to announce the group exhibition Plan B, featuring works by James Bridle, Paolo Cirio, Cian Dayrit, Marjolijn Dijkman, Goldin+Senneby, Igor Grubič, Khaled Hafez, Voluspa Jarpa, Rajkamal Kahlon, Navine G. Khan-Dossos, Sajan Mani, Ana Prvački, Kameelah Janan Rasheed, Kirsten Stolle, and Xiyadie.