Sept The National Museum of World Culture is now an official partner
Undeni is happy to announce that we now will embark on the next phases of Juxtaposing Craft – multidisciplinary exchange between the Nordic and Japan exploring the handmade – in collaboration the Swedish National Museum of World Culture. Upcoming years this means exploratiations in craft regions, studies of museum collections of craft items and the production of the upcoming exhibition in 2020
20- 23 of Sep Nordic Now at London Design Fair
Adorno is presenting Nordic Now and commonalities and contrasts within the Nordic design scene pf independent designer at the Old Truman Brewery, 26 Hanbury Road, London, curated by.Pil Bredahl (DK), Sebastian Jansson (SU), Hlín Helga Guðlaugsdóttir & María Kristín Jónsdóttir (IS), Rebecca Ahlstedt (SE) & Kråkvik & D’Orazio (NO).
15 Sep – 18 Sep The Color kitchen at Östasiatiska museum & Svensk Form
Undeni is presenting Juxtaposing Craft with the Color kitchen, a meeting place around color with Aoki Maasai, natural dye specialist from Kyoto, the presence and collaborative workshop with 1+1+1 /Petra Lilja, Hugdetta and Aalto Alto. The public workshop due on the 15 th of sep at Östasiatiska museum and a public talk soon the 18 th at Svensk form on color with the curator Petra Holmberg, architect Gertrud Olsson and Aoki Maasa. http://www.varldskulturmuseerna.se/ostasiatiskamuseet/program/kalendarium/kurser-workshops/fargkoket-workshop-med-vaxtfargning-/
28 Aug – 1 Sep The Color kitchen at Microclima, Sierra Dei Giardini, Venice
Undeni is presenting an installation and workshops on color at Microclima, Serra dei Giardini in Venice as part of the art program The Garden of The Unaccompanied Children, a parallell event to the Architectural Biennale: http://www.microclima.net/en/archive-en/the-garden-of-unaccompanied-children/
15-17 of Aug: THE SOCIAL CITY STOCKHOLM C/O FÄRGFABRIKEN
Phase two of the Turkish – Swedish exchange on social cities through art, design & architecture. City walks, seminars and workshops during a three day session, from Berzelii Park to Skärholmen with Catti Brandelius and Svante Helmbekk Tirén, hosted by Färgfabriken. The project is supported by the Counsellor of Cultural Affairs at the General Consulate Sweden and the Swedish institute´s project Equal Spaces.
14-15 th MAY: THE SOCIAL CITY ISTANBUL, C/O GENERAL CONSULATE SWEDEN
Workshop and Chapel Gallery opening of Patterns in the City, with a cross disciplinary group of Turkish & Swedish artists. designers and architects addressing the city and urban issues. Participators: Burçak Bingöl (TUR), Eda Gecikme(TUR), Pınar Akkurt(TUR), Günes Terko(TUR)l, Merve Gül Özokcu (TUR)– Herkes için Mimarlik. Atil Ağgündüz – Piknik(TUR), Oğul Öztunç(TUR) – Piknik, Erica Jacobson (SE) & Rebecca Ahlstedt (SE). Supported by the Swedish Instiute´s project Equal Spaces
APR: FÄRGKÖKET to Venice and Stockholm
Undeni will take part in the art programme “The Garden of the unaccompanied Children” with MICROCLIMA at Serra dei Giardini, a parallell event to the Architectural Biennale Venice
Östasiatiska museet and Svensk form will be Undeni´s partners in the launching event of Juxtaposing Craft. Performance and workshop with natural dye at Östasiatiska muséet followed by a talk about colour, craft and time hosted by Svensk form on the 18 th.
Svensk form and Östasiatiska Museet partners for launching Juxtaposing Craft, in collaboration with Atelier Tsuyoshi Tane Architects. www.atta.com
MAR : THE SOCIAL CITY GOES ISTANBUL – Patterns in the City
Together with Erica Jacobson studio Rebecca Ahlstedt is invited to present and take part in an exchange with Turkish practitioners in the chapel gallery at the General Consulate of Sweden in Istanbul.
FEB: Undeni in collaboration with Atelier Tsuyoshi Tane Architects
Undeni & ATTA are planning for an experimental approach and cultural exchange around craft between practitioners in the Northen countries and Japan.
JAN: Rebecca Ahlstedt & Anna Senno has founded UNDENI
Undeni an interdisciplinary group running projects in between Paris and Stockholm in spatial design, cultural productions and storytelling within the fields of design, craft, art and technology.