Final exhibition weekend
Supply – Graduation exhibition MA Fine Art 2020
Final day December 13th 2020
Artists: Guðrún Sigurðardóttir, Hugo Llanes, Lukas Bury, Mari Bø, María Sjöfn, Nína Óskarsdóttir, Sabine Fischer, Sísí Ingólfsdóttir
Curator: Hanna Styrmisdóttir
Please note that our current exhibition Supply, The IUA’s MA Fine Art graduation exhibition of 2020, ends this coming Sunday, December 13th. The museum is open all weekend from 12–6pm. The Marshall House is spacious and everything is carefully handled regarding hygiene control, in order to ensure an enjoyable and safe visit to the exhibitions.
There is a narrative in Supply that can be approached from various angles. It might begin on a lovely Sunday morning in Warsaw seventy-seven years ago. It might also begin at Gunnuhver in Reykjanes, or in the DDR in Germany, on a lime farm in Mexico, an IKEA store somewhere in the world, or in the centre of Reykjavik; three hundred years ago, forty years ago, or right now. Perhaps we’ll trace a thread in a crocheted mould around casts, to a telephone and fake nails; or we travel from micromovements of the body and the Earth to touching and forming, a thing, a home, a story, a work. In a single exhibition of eight artists lie many threads and even more stories. However, we who create it stand and whatever our angle is, it is the audience who in the end tie it all together.
Exhibiting artists are Guðrún Sigurðardóttir, Hugo Llanes, Lukas Bury, Mari Bø, María Sjöfn, Nína Óskarsdóttir, Sabine Fischer and Sísí Ingólfsdóttir.
In Supply we focus on the reserves of knowledge, skill, and methods that are accumulated and constantly replenished through artists’ research and innovation; with practice, repetition, consideration, by making mistakes, and re-examining; collaboration and coordination with others. The supply is both individual and collective and it is sort of synonymous with perseverance.
In their works, the artists use mixed techniques and media, such as painting, book work, 3D printing, ceramic, acoustic images, telephones, rope and tar, photocopying, kinetics and choreography, IKEA units, tree branches and flags