– presents a site specific installation at Färgfabriken.

In the autumn of 2020, Färgfabriken's investigations of "symbiotic thinking" begins with an exhibition and a room installation by the artist group Gylleboverket. Gylleboverket is an artist group and a platform for contemporary art and culture based in an old industrial building in the countryside in Skåne. The exhibition at Färgfabriken is made by the group which here consists of the artists Etta Säfve, Jona Elfdahl and Shelley Sharr.

In their art installations, they work site-specific and cross-border with video, sound, performance, myths, rites, social sculpture and  installations. They use the potential of the poetic in order to explore contemporary issues.

Gylleboverket's work process is exploratory, often longer processes where thematic issues are intertwined. Through collaborations, public meetings and artistic methods they analyse the world around us, investigating themes such as human isolation, normality, our relationship to nature, the world around us and each other.  This is a way of working that is closely related to Färgfabriken's methods.


Date & Location

Färgfabriken's main hall, Sep 19th 2020 to Feb 14th 2021.

The exhibition period is prolonged!
The exhihbition will reopen in complience with regulations from the public health authority between January 28th to February 14th 2021. Opening hours: Thursdays - Sundays 11-16.

We allow 8 people at a time in the exhibition space, which may mean that you have to wait a bit if there are a lot of people. We ask you as a visitor to take responsibility and follow the general guidlines; keep your distance, stay at home in case you have symptoms of illness and wash your hands often. No cash handling. The shop is closed and entrance fee is payed via swish.

More informtation about your visit and our measures in regards to Covid-19.

Public opening Sep 19th, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m (free admission).
A ritual takes place during the opening, in which the exhibition is recurrently activated together with Safiye Bahadir.


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Guided tours and group visits

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The exhibition with Gylleboverket is part of the ongoing investigating project Symbiosis.

Thanks to:

The Swedish Transport Administration

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With support from the City of Stockholm, Region Stockholm and the Swedish Arts Council