Snæbjörnsdótir/Wilson: Human Relations, Socially Engaged Art & R.A.F.
For this new season of the Icelandic Art Center's podcast 'Out There', Þórhildur Tinna Sigurðardóttir joins Becky Forsythe as co-host. In this episode they chat with collaborative art partnership Bryndís Snæbjörnsdóttir and Mark Wilson - also known as Snæbjörnsdóttir/Wilson. Their 20-year interdisciplinary art practice explores and tests human and more-than-human relational behaviours within specific locations, in a context of environmental change. Snæbjörnsdóttir/Wilson are committed to the principle that Fine Art, with its unique and ever-expanding set of methodologies, has a special and important contribution to make to knowledge production and indeed in identifying how knowledge itself is constituted.
Tinna also tells us a bit about the Reykjavík Art Festival, currently ongoing in Iceland til the 19th of June.
Created and produced by the Icelandic Art Center, Out There brings co-hosts Becky Forsythe and Þórhildur Tinna Sigurðardóttir in conversation with artists, curators and art professionals.
Icelandic Art Center — Out There
Created and produced by the Icelandic Art Centre, recorded in 101 Studio in Reykjavík, Out There explores what is out there/is out and about in the contemporary art (scene) in Iceland, between artists, curators and creative professionals, with conversations led by Becky Forsythe and Þórhildur Tinna Sigurðardóttir. Icelandic Art Center’s podcast Out There brings these things into focus and is a portal reflective of place and our present moment; a widened view that offers impressions of the Icelandic art scene, here and now.
- No. of episodes: 20
- Latest episode: 2023-10-25