Harp Art Lab

HEAVEN - an installation by Julie Ericsson at Halmstad Konsthall, Sweden

Pressmeddelande   •   Jan 14, 2016 13:44 CET

WELCOME TO HEAVEN - a site-specific installation at Halmstad konsthall, Sweden, by the Swedish artist Julie Ericsson with sculptures, found objects, photographs, audio and video.

In 2012 Julie Ericsson started the photo project, ATTIMI, focusing on rural areas in Sweden. The ambition was to capture the moments in the ever-changing nature. In 2015 she continued her research in climate change and weather phenomena in HEAVEN - a permanent sound installation at Harp Art Lab, Sweden. In a large cube of plexiglass, sculptural mobiles of prisms and reused materials creates an ever-changing installation in the interplay between light, sound and the impact of nature.

HEAVEN will be presented at Halmstad Konsthall as a site-specific installation with sculptures, found objects, photographs, sound and video.

VERNISSAGE 20 jan 17.00
Öppet: 20 jan - 1 mars 2016
Måndag - fredag: 10-18
, Lördag: 11-16, Söndag: 12-16

Axel Olsons gata 1, i Stadsbiblioteket, Halmstad, Sweden
0046 35-13 94 44

Born in Sweden (1957), Lives and works in Halmstad, Sweden
Sculptor,  photographer and Sound Artist
Director of Cultural Association Harp Art Lab
Education: Accademia di Belle Arti di Venezia

Julie Ericsson works with painting, music, photography and sculpture. She has been exhibited in art galleries in Sweden, Spain, France, Belgium and Italy. In 2010 she founded Harp Art Lab with Mikael Ericsson - a laboratory for Sound Art situated in Harplinge Windmill on the Swedish west coast. The Lab is a unique platform for developing innovative and interdisciplinary ideas and we work with artists and communities of interest to create performances and installations.

Web: http://julieericsson.se
E-post: julie@julieericsson.se
Tel: 0046 70 541 64 58