Liquid Crystals, a fictional essay by Sinziana Ravini on Jens Fänge’s exhibition

There are no facts in art, only interpretations, an endless interplay of different times and individuals. If we dare look long enough, some works can take us on an unpredictable journey through the unknown landscape of our minds, but art as such will forever slip from our grasp, I realise as I proceed through your hermetic world and wonder at the riddles, trapdoors, vanishing points and many-headed perspectives.

Flytande kristaller, en text av Sinziana Ravini om Jens Fänges utställning

Inom konsten finns det inga fakta, bara tolkningar, ett oändligt spel mellan olika tider och individer. Vågar vi titta tillräckligt länge, kan vissa verk ta oss på en oförutsägbar resa genom psykets okända landskap, men konsten som sådan, kommer alltid glida ur våra händer, inser jag när jag skrider fram i din hermetiska värld och förundras av gåtor, falluckor, flyktpunkter och månghövdade perspektiv.

Petra Lindholm et al., Jyväskylä Art Museum, Finland

Journey to the Heartlands 2020 presents new contemporary art, performances, lectures and workshops. The theme of the exhibition curated by Rickard Borgström is Notions of Space – From Belonging to Displacement. The exhibition features 29 Finnish and international artists/artist duos and extends to four exhibition venues in Central Finland.

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Jens Fänge, Ljusår / Light Years, 22.8–26.9 2020

The exhibition Light Years by Jens Fänge will open without a reception on Saturday August 22 and runs through September 26. The gallery will be open regular hours if the situation does not change. We will follow the guidelines from the Public Health Agency of Sweden. A limited number of visitors (15) will be allowed in the gallery. We therefore kindly ask you to have patience if waiting time arises on certain occasions. Visit our website or follow us on social media for up to date information.


Kent Iwemyr, Root in the North, Art Centre Silkeborg Bad, Denmark


Nothing has changed and yet. The artists behind Root in the North show geographical vision, curiosity and generosity and together with the Art Centre Silkeborg Bad invite equally Nordic alive and kicking colleagues into a joint study whose physical form is made up of an exhibition and a book published in connection with the exhibition.


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