What are your true colours? Is your face green with jealousy and covered in feathers, or blue with melancholy, like a plastic recycleables bag? Use simple materials and your own imagination to design your own mask in the garden at Ekely.
Jennie Bringaker demonstrates how to use objects like buttons, tape, stockings and plastic bags to create strange, funny or scary masks. Perhaps there are hidden treasures in your cabinets or drawers that can be affixed to your new face? The masks can be used to play with or as a fashion accessory. You can hide behind it, or maybe use it to show the world who you really are.
Bring a picnic basket and enjoy a lovely Sunday in Edvard Munch's garden!
Spend an evening at the Munch Museum with extended opening hours, allowing you to visit the exhibition until 9 pm, stop by the bar and enjoy live music. The theme for each Late Night event is customized to go with the current exhibition, with music, film literature and art experiences.
Welcome to a screening of Forensic Architecture's Enforced Dissapearance in Iguala (2017) and a discussion with Eyal Weizman.
This event will look at the project ‘The Ayotzinapa Case – a cartography of violence’ as a starting point for a larger discussion on Forensic Architecture’s working methods and media technology as a tool to counter official versions of events.
Eyal Weizman is an architect, professor of spatial and visual cultures and director of the Centre for Research Architecture at Goldsmiths, University of London.