samedi 13 juillet 2013

Carte Blanche à Charles Pennequin à Dunkerque le 13 juillet, lors du festival Mon Inouïe Symphonie

mercredi 26 juin 2013

the often untrue distinctions between the artificial and the natural

After living his childhood in Stockholm suburbs Peter Rosvik arrived to the Swedish-Finnish countryside Ostrobothnia in 1982. He initially studied to a chef before enrolling at art school in Nykarleby, Finland. Since 1994 his work has been exhibited in Finland, Scandinavia and Europe.

Rosvik has worked in a variety of media, including fine art, video, sound, and installations. Since 2008 he has focused on performance art exploring what he calls "the often untrue distinctions between the artificial and the natural, the accepted and the thoughts beyond". Concepts that underpin cultural construction, such as belonging, marginalization, dialogue and other forms of socio-cultural phenomena appear to fascinate him. Rosvik enjoys the fictions and mutability of the ideas of performed identities. The contrasts and relationships that exist between the natural and constructed worlds suggest to him the potential of combining aesthetic experience and arts based knowledge with on site performances where he himself and the audience cannot control the art experiences generated.

Peter Rosvik

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