Artists: Christina Hallstorm(Netherland), Liu Lifen(China), Opening Reception: 8pm, Nov 19th 2016. In the morning / In between sleep and being awake, / everything can still happen. Our minds sleep drunk or dreamy. / At dawn the light slowly returns, giving back the shapes to everything that has been hidden in the dark of the night.
Christina Hallstrom grew up in Sweden, in 1998 she graduated at the Gerrit Rietveld Academy, Amsterdam in Graphic Design and Visual communication.
Liu Lifen Biography 1979 Born in Yunnan province, China Lives and Works in Kunming, Yunnan Education 2005-2006 Lives and studies in Hyllie park folkhogskola, Malmoe, Sweden 1998-2002 Chinese Painting Department of Yunnan Art Institute, Bachelor’s degree Artist-in-residence: 2015 “Top End Road Trip“ Aboriginal Art Reseach, Australia 2014 “Visit 14”, Artist-in-Residency, Mariannelund, Sweden 2012-13 Zurich-Kunming Artist […]
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