FYRTIO

9/9-6/11 2022


Opening Friday 9 September 18:00-21:00

24 September: Performance by Francis Patrick Brady (more info below)

(Rescheduled, TBA) Performance by Sall Lam Toro (more info below)

Curated by Galleri CC


Galleri CC presents the group exhibition FYRTIO, featuring Kinga Bartis, Mette Borup Kristensen, Francis Patrick Brady, Lena Bergendahl, Emil Carlsiö, Linnéa Carlsson, Christofer Degrér, Vida Dena, Tove Dreiman, Gitte Eidslott, Sara Gewalt, Clara Gesang-Gottowt, Wezile Harmans, Maria E Harrysson, Salka Hellbacka, Madeleine Åberg Hellberg, Hinni Huttunen, Beatrice Johansson, Ingvild Hovland Kaldal, Cia Kanthi, Kimzonite, Jan Marius Kiøsterud, Sanna Laaban, Jens Lindqvist, Mikael Madsen, Sarah Nakiito, Lena Nian, Ruby Nilsson, Pussian Federation, Lindeka Qampi, Mireia Rocher, LM Salling, Linda Sestrajcic, Sofia Sundberg, Pia Skogberg, Susanne Svantesson, Sall Lam Toro, Elaheh Yademellatian, Peter Wallström and Lisa Öman.


We have invited 40 artists to show one artwork each in our space. Our aim is to show a wide and diverse selection of contemporary art from Sweden and abroad. Additionally we want to create a meeting point for artists and their artworks. The FYRTIO exhibition is a continuation of the 100 exhibition from 2019 where a hundred artists were invited to exhibit in our space. This time we have chosen to invite 40 artists, to create a more concentrated sampling of artists and artworks.


The exhibition is supported by Malmö Stad, Kulturrådet and Produktionsstöd för Återstart av Malmös kulturliv

FYRTIO

9/9-6/11 2022


Vernissage Fredag 9 September 18:00-21:00

24 September: Performance av Francis Patrick Brady (more info below, in English)

(Omplaneras, TBA) Performance av Sall Lam Toro (more info below, in English)

Curator: Galleri CC


Galleri CC presenterar grupputställningen FYRTIO, med Kinga Bartis, Mette Borup Kristensen, Francis Patrick Brady, Lena Bergendahl, Emil Carlsiö, Linnéa Carlsson, Christofer Degrér, Vida Dena, Tove Dreiman, Gitte Eidslott, Sara Gewalt, Clara Gesang-Gottowt, Wezile Harmans, Maria E Harrysson, Salka Hellbacka, Madeleine Åberg Hellberg, Hinni Huttunen, Beatrice Johansson, Ingvild Hovland Kaldal, Cia Kanthi, Kimzonite, Jan Marius Kiøsterud, Sanna Laaban, Jens Lindqvist, Mikael Madsen, Sarah Nakiito, Lena Nian, Ruby Nilsson, Pussian Federation, Lindeka Qampi, Mireia Rocher, LM Salling, Linda Sestrajcic, Sofia Sundberg, Pia Skogberg, Susanne Svantesson, Sall Lam Toro, Elaheh Yademellatian, Peter Wallström och Lisa Öman.


Vi i Galleri CC har bjudit in 40 konstnärer att visa ett konstverk var i utställningen FYRTIO. Vårt mål är att visa ett brett och mångsidigt urval av samtidskonst från Sverige och andra länder. Vi vill samtidigt skapa en mötesplats för konstnärer och deras konstverk. FYRTIO-utställningen är en fortsättning på 100-utställningen från 2019 där hundra konstnärer bjöds in att ställa ut i galleriet. Den här gången har vi valt att bjuda in 40 konstnärer, för att skapa ett mer koncentrerat urval av konstnärer och konstverk.


Utställningen stöds av Malmö Stad, Kulturrådet och Produktionsstöd för Återstart av Malmös kulturliv


Performance: Feast of the Red Robins - Francis Patrick Brady
15.00-3 pm
24 September 2022

A sung history of the secret society of the Red Robins. Francis Patrick Brady uses traditional English folk songs to tell stories about a secret society of Robin Hood type characters that recently had a secret feast at Malmö Castle.


Performance: 𝑶𝒅𝒆 𝒕𝒐 𝒎𝒚 𝒉𝒆𝒓𝒐𝒆𝒔: 𝑺𝒆𝒄𝒐𝒏𝒅 𝑯𝒐𝒎𝒆𝒄𝒐𝒎𝒊𝒏𝒈 | Sall Lam Toro

As part of the group exhibition 'FYRTIO', artist Sall Lam Toro performs the live meditation 'Ode to my heroes: Second Homecoming' at Galleri CC.

𝐒𝐚𝐥𝐥 𝐋𝐚𝐦 𝐓𝐨𝐫𝐨 𝐚𝐛𝐨𝐮𝐭 𝐭𝐡𝐞 𝐰𝐨𝐫𝐤:
“Exhale and come home to being held by your wisdom texts”, Lama Rod writes in the “Love and Rage”, a book I received for my 32nd birthday from my faggot housing collective.
I invite you to meditate with me. I also invite your wisdom texts into the space (sayings, prayers, books, memes, excerpts of film, dance, teachings, affirmations, music, text messages, etc.) that bring you grounding (of your nervous system), clarity, love, excitement, revolution, support, liberation, awakening, and openness. You may even bring it with you into the space to help you meditate.
But first, a conversation. A conversation that sometimes erupts into song or whisper, or even, audio-visual memories of what has been part of making and has transformed my practice deeply.
We will close the meditation circle by collectiving a second homecoming practice.

𝐌𝐨𝐫𝐞 𝐚𝐛𝐨𝐮𝐭 '𝐎𝐝𝐞 𝐭𝐨 𝐦𝐲 𝐡𝐞𝐫𝐨𝐞𝐬: 𝐒𝐞𝐜𝐨𝐧𝐝 𝐇𝐨𝐦𝐞𝐜𝐨𝐦𝐢𝐧𝐠'
'Ode to my heroes: second homecoming' is a live performative meditation with the public regarding meditative practices with texts that have been influential to Sall Lam Toro’s work concerning their own practice. Inspired by Lama Rod Owens’ “Love and Rage: the path of liberation through anger” teachings, the author conceptualises a practice, that of the “second homecoming” which means, evoking the presence of being “encircled” by wisdom texts. Owens’ second homecoming concept (out of seven homecomings practice of meditation) focuses on inviting these texts into space yet also making the exercise of imagining oneself held dearly by these forms of wisdom, gift and guiding.
Sall will make a collage of text, sound and images in a format of an audiovisual mediation guide remixing some of their own wisdom texts and also inviting those of the audience into the space creating a collective “second homecoming” practice.

𝐀𝐛𝐨𝐮𝐭 𝐒𝐚𝐥𝐥 𝐋𝐚𝐦 𝐓𝐨𝐫𝐨
Sall (they/them/hir)) is a black queer unbinary trans multimedia interdisciplinary performance artist and organiser. Their work focuses on sensuous, poetic, decolonial and queer activations, and ruptures in time and space. Themes such as grief, transformation and new reencounters with/of the senses informs their work heavily through the practices of Butoh dance theater, afrofuturism, and abolitionism. They venture in experimental music production, dance improvisational and semi-choreographed works, textual-base performance, live and video performative acts. Their interactive works indulge within meta-universes of meaning, body and spirit erupting shifting transcendental states within the body of the viewer/participant attempting to defy capitalist modes of operating and sensing.

www.salllamtoro.com

𝐀𝐜𝐜𝐞𝐬𝐬𝐢𝐛𝐢𝐥𝐢𝐭𝐲:
Part of the event will be arranged in a basement without elevator. Contact us for more info about accessibility.





Cia Kanthi

Green Light (2022), from the series Across The Lines
Ink print from large format negative, bricks
91 x 58 x 55 cm
2022



Pussian Federation
untitled
28x40 cm, 19x19 cm, 13x19 cm


Peter Wallström
Havet översvämmar i allmänhet
painting
2021



Lisa Öman
Free from form
Oil on canvas
70x85cm
2021



Sara Gewalt
thoughts and prayers ll.
ceramic
2021-2022




Beatrice Johansson
Compare and Despair
Bed linen, dresses, pyjama pants,
various fabrics
111 x 83 cm
2022



Elahe Yademelatian
Natalia
Oil on paper
2020




Mette Borup Kristensen
Crown, Jewel, Portal
photogravure
35cm x 45,5cm
2021




Vida Dena
Untitled
Pen on paper
29.7 x 42.0 cm
2020




Lena Bergendahl
Still Life with Bee Orchids
Digital print on aluminium
45x25 cm
2022


Lena Nian
I see you, Brotherhood, My sister’s keeper I, Unity, Sisterhood
Giclée print on Canson paper
2022


Maria E Harrysson
Ut i vår hage
gouache, pencil
63,5 x 53 cm
2022


Tove Dreiman
Solanus I, II, III
Textile
43 x 57 cm
2020-2021



Jan Marius Kiøsterud
Patterns from a nightmare no.1
Latex sculpture
2022



Francis Patrick Brady
Robin of Resistance [Feast of the Red Robins]
A handmade flag and medieval style standard
2022


Sofia Sundberg
Saprofyter
plaster
2022



Sarah Nakiito
With all we have
vax coloring on cotten, tree, rust
53x205 cm
2018



Christofer Degrér
Telling yourself everything is going to be ok..*)
Oxidized copper nails
6,5 x 6,5 x 3 cm
2021



Pia Skogberg
Figurative Material Communication
Cardboard and bronze
2022



Ruby Nilsson
Relaunch of The Ann Lee Syndrome: a pamphlet
Riso print
2021



Gitte Eidslott
Territorial gestures
Acrylic on canvas
180 x 140 cm
2021


Emil Carlsiö 
The Holy Trinity feat. #SEXDOLLS
cardboard, paper, plaster, plastic,acrylic, color, hair ect, and oil on canvas
21 x 50 cm 
2019-2022



Clara Gesang-Gottowt
stilla väntan
oil on canvas
2021



Lindeka Qampi
The Source
Photo
30 x 42 cm
2020



Mireia Rocher
Rigid Thoughts in Motion (I)
Collage. aquarelle paper, sand paper, pencil
50x65 cm
2022



Sanna Laaban
It’s a wild world out there
Glass beads on cotton fabric
2019



Jens Lindqvist
Folly of Two “An electoral sidetrack”
Paper mache, Chemical plastic, Pigments,  Wax Plastic, Oil color, Epoxy resin, Bronze, Rust-free steel, Aluminium, Wood, plastic 2022



Mikael Madsen
Scanscapes
photo
9 photos, 10 x 15 cm each
2020-22


Hinni Huttunen
Self-portrait as a ghost
Photograph on Textile banner
150 x 220 cm
2022



LM Salling
Untitled (icon)
Metal scrap, vax
13 x 17 cm
2021



Ingvild Hovland Kaldal
Untitled
wool
2019



Susanne Svantesson
Travelogue #11
Photography (lambda print)
52 x 74 cm
2020



Madeleine Åberg Hellberg
Tre komma fem
Marker on paper
70x100 cm
2022



Linda Sestrajcic
Samling I, Samling II
Photographich print on textile, epoxy
resin
110x123cm, 131x92cm
2022


Wezile Harmans
Beitbridge
Video
02:15 min
2022


Linnéa Carlsson
The place of mind in the physical universe
oil and acrylic on solid wood, metal hinges, gold leaf details
51 x 21 cm
2022


Salka Hellbacka
undo
Unfired Clay
18 x 52 x 43 cm
2022


Kimzonite
Fittor
Textile
95 x 40 cm
2021



Kinga Bartis
a first moonburn
Oil on canvas
35x50 cm


Photos: Johan Lundin