Intervention: public artwork
Location: Skanstull Metro Station, Stockholm, Sweden
Date: January 1st, 2020 - Mars 31st, 2020
Materials: 4 screens with speakers, color and sound, HD
Dimensions: 10 m long x 3 m high
Curator: Nilo Amlashi,
Commission: Konstväxlingar, A matter of perception, Skanstull , Stockholm (Sweden)
The show is part of SL's konstverksamhets (art projects) focused on art in public environments.
Support: Trafikavdelning, Region Stockholm
Description: An imaginary territory where parallel realities, London and Essaouira, overlap and cross. A duplication of events, all occurring at once and interacting. A view of the world unlikely and distant but that paradoxically takes place day by day.
Intervention: Site specific artwork/ public artwork
Location: Under the bridge “Pont du Garigliano”, Quai Louis Blériot, 16th arrondissement, Paris, France
Date: “Plongeon (Dive)” was officially launched on the 29th of August 2019 and will remain on site
Materials: A mural of 3552 tiles in ceramic
Dimensions: 22.20m long x 3.60 m high
Commission: The City of Paris, as part of the open call “Embellir Paris”
Description: “Plongeon (Dive)“ is a modified, pixelated black and white image from an archival photograph of a swimmer diving into the Seine in 1922
(Source: Agence Rol. / Bibliothèque nationale de France). The work realised as a ceramic fresco evokes the history of a site where, at the beginning of
the 20th cen- tury, swimmers were numerous, especially during the race “La Traversée de Paris à la nage (Swimming across Paris)” in 1905 which was a
distance of 11.6 km, from the bridge “Pont National” to the bridge “Viaduc d’Auteuil” (currently Pont du Garigliano). Like an apparition of a hidden
memory which suddenly arises, by an optical effect, “Plongeon (Dive)” creates a relation with the distance, the take off and the testimony of a lived
past. This work was installed in 2019 as part of the Embellir Paris call for projects launched by the City of Paris (France)
to promote initiatives and projects to embellish some Parisian spaces.
Noemi Sjoberg © 2019