Hedgehogger no 8

The Hedgehogger No 8

Very soon: Momentum, The Biennale in Moss. Opens on the 2nd of September.


Here are all the participant artists (with their ranking number according to artfacts). The numbers are not exact as they change every day. (not = noted in artfacts but not ranked)
Endre Aalrust (not) & Thomas Kilpper (10.623)
Lara Almarcegui (8419)
Johanna Billing (2556)
Gerard Byrne (3691)
Phil Collins (2180)
Copenhagen Free University (-)
Kajsa Dahlberg (7584)
Edvard Gran (not)
Tue Greenfort (6075)
Jeppe Hein (505)
Knut Henrik Henriksen (15043)
Sergej Jensen (4798)
Tellervo Kalleinen (15761) & Oliver Kochta-Kalleinen (18041)
Ragnar Kjartansson (14208)
Joachim Koester (954)
Juozas Laivys (15220)
Camilla Løw (not)
Talleiv Taro Manum (not)
Michaela Meise (4710)
Rosalind Nashashibi (3359)
Romantic Geographic Society (not)
Egill Sæbjörnsson (6482)
Michael Sailstorfer (2016)
Lucy Skaer (11826)
Joanne Tatham & Tom O’Sullivan (3410)
Mark Titchner (4486)
Sue Tompkins (13766)
Lars Vilks (not)

And some possible questions to rise in the biennale:
“Every response to a question, every theoretical debate, will raise a whole series of further issues: What does cultural transmission mean? Where are the boundaries between theoretical assumptions and actual aesthetic practice? What form do discourses take in alleged centres as opposed to putative peripheral areas? Which shifts in thematic emphasis and changes in paradigm can be ascertained between various disciplines? How does the concept of artistic work differ from other kinds of work, if at all? How does artistic theory differ from practice, and from other kinds of texts, for example from literature and politics, etc.?”

The Hedgehog made of wood will be ready on the 31st of August. From the top of the Hedgehog you will be able to look straight into reality through the work:

“Look at the Boat, Look at the Boat!”

moss färja.jpg

The Hedgehogger is the unofficial magazine for Moss Biennale.
Editorial Staff: Martin Schibli and Lars Vilks

Lars Vilks

Lars Vilks was the artist behind Nimis and Arx, and the Founder and State Secretary of Ladonia. He also served as Editor Emeritus the Ladonia Herald.

Related Articles

One Comment

  1. I believe Mr. Vilks scuptures remind me of literature. He is either looking for GOD by building a Tower of Babble, or he is building a tower to reach the love of his life Rapunzel. As I have a lover I would prefer the story of Rapunzel. Why would a man continue to build tower after tower. He is searching for something he has not found. And God or love are the only two ideals which would give a man such a drive to work. SO, Mr. Vilks, is it love or GOD that you seek to find?

Check Also
Back to top button