Nathalie Djurberg (b. 1978 in Lysekil, Sweden) & Hans Berg (b. 1978 in Rättvik, Sweden) represent one of Sweden’s most remarkable oeuvres in the international art scene. For Wanås Konst, they are creating their first large outdoor installation, present an installation in the art gallery, and debut a new film. work In the new works, they use sculpture, sound, and light to reinforce and distort experiences of nature.
Rafael Gomezbarros (b. 1972 in Santa Marta, Colombia) is being introduced to a Swedish audience for the first time. On the façades of the art gallery and Wanås castle, Casa Tomada (House Taken), a work that is comprised of 300 half-meter-long sculptures of ants. For the artist, ants are a symbol of the industrious and hard-working migrant, transplantation across the world, and social organization.
n the Art Gallery, visitors will find a suite of monoprints created especially for the exhibition that focuses on Per Kirkeby (b. 1938) and displays a long and multifaceted art practice. Revisit is a part of an exhibition series that highlights artists in the sculpture park. His red brick sculpture Wanås, 1994, is part of the sculpture park’s permanent collection