Toxic heritage, or how to wash an island

Image above: Gipsön in the 1980s. Photo: Anders Hilding/Landskrona museum. The film “How to Wash an Island” by the art platform (p)Art of the Biomass tells the story about a man-made, toxic island in Sweden that most Swedes never have heard of. The island exists […]

Exhibition: Four Sisters for Planthroposcene

This artwork and eco-social sculpture celebrates reciprocal human-plant-soil relations through an installation and a growing site at Malmö Art Museum, Sweden. In an indoor film and sound installation, focusing on a special kind of maize and the Three Sisters companion planting, seeds are bathing in […]

Radio interview with Malin Lobell at Malmö Art Museum

The exhibition Sustainable Societies for the Future at Malmö Art Museum, in collaboration with EXPO Chicago, just opened, and Swedish Radio Channel 4 made an interview with artist Malin Lobell about the work Four Sisters for Planthroposcene, made in collaboration with Janna Holmstedt (in Swedish): […]