GIDEONSSON/LONDRÉ

Tilbøyelighet”, Galleri Babel, Trondheim, photo credit: F. Susann Jamtøy

Through long-lasting processes, the artist duo GIDEONSSON/LONDRÉ search for a dissolved state in-between paralysation and ecstasy. Their practice involves performances, installations and interventions that consist of different forms of highly regulated everyday activities, in relation to different experiences of time. How changes in rhythms and time flows open up for other positions and temporary detachments from established ideas about subjectivity.

GIDEONSSON/LONDRÉ live and work in Kallrör, Sweden, and received an MFA from The Royal Institute of Art in 2014. Recent exhibitions includes Change, Havremagasinet, Sweden (2019), I am vertical, ESPAI 13, Spain (2018) and The Swamp Biennale, Art Lab Gnesta, Sweden (2018).

”The Hour of the Wolf”, Andquestionmark, Stockholm, photo credit: Nayab Ikram
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  1. […] GIDEONSSON/LONDRÉ are a collaborative based in Sweden in a small mountain village near the Norwegian border. At the moment they are preparing for a show that deals with the various aspects of mortality. Their particular work focuses on conservation – particularly peat bodies that have been found largely in the Nordic regions of Europe. Their piece focuses on the various aspects of conservation that take place when one of these bodies is removed from the peat and prepared for an eternity of preservation. Their main medium is performative installation. Their work frequently interfaces with the environment around them – something that has become more pronounced since they relocated from the city to their small mountain town. To hear more about their work, listen to the complete interview.  […]

  2. […] GIDEONSSON/LONDRÉ are a collaborative based in Sweden in a small mountain village near the Norwegian border. At the moment they are preparing for a show that deals with the various aspects of mortality. Their particular work focuses on conservation – particularly peat bodies that have been found largely in the Nordic regions of Europe. Their piece focuses on the various aspects of conservation that take place when one of these bodies is removed from the peat and prepared for an eternity of preservation. Their main medium is performative installation. Their work frequently interfaces with the environment around them – something that has become more pronounced since they relocated from the city to their small mountain town. To hear more about their work, listen to the complete interview.  […]