Gabriela Friðriksdottir

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Gallery of Gabriela Fridriksdottir
5 Pictures et 1 vidéo

Gallery of Gabriela Fridriksdottir

5 Pictures et 1 vidéo

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Crepusculum 2011

Gabriela Friðriksdottir is interested in twilight, that time of day when darkness begins to infiltrate the light. The environment she has created here is imbued with melancholy and the various media – video, sculpture, drawing, performance, text, and painting – are carefully arranged to evoke fictive cosmologies rooted in Norse mythology and the Icelandic sagas of her homeland. Poems, delicate blown-glass bottles, a sound environment created with Valdimar Jóhannsson, and a protective yet delicate structure amount toa narrative that emphasises the emotions and irrational forces that govern our existence. With the support of the Icelandic Art Center.

La Sucrière


49 quai Rambaud
69002, Lyon


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Crepusculum
Crepusculum 2011

Gabriela Friðriksdottir is interested in twilight, that time of day when darkness begins to infiltrate the light. The environment she has created here is imbued with melancholy and the various media – video, sculpture, drawing, performance, text, and painting – are carefully arranged to evoke fictive cosmologies rooted in Norse mythology and the Icelandic sagas of her homeland. Poems, delicate blown-glass bottles, a sound environment created with Valdimar Jóhannsson, and a protective yet delicate structure amount toa narrative that emphasises the emotions and irrational forces that govern our existence. With the support of the Icelandic Art Center.

La Sucrière


49 quai Rambaud
69002, Lyon


Comment y aller
Crepusculum
Crepusculum 2011

Gabriela Friðriksdottir is interested in twilight, that time of day when darkness begins to infiltrate the light. The environment she has created here is imbued with melancholy and the various media – video, sculpture, drawing, performance, text, and painting – are carefully arranged to evoke fictive cosmologies rooted in Norse mythology and the Icelandic sagas of her homeland. Poems, delicate blown-glass bottles, a sound environment created with Valdimar Jóhannsson, and a protective yet delicate structure amount toa narrative that emphasises the emotions and irrational forces that govern our existence. With the support of the Icelandic Art Center.

La Sucrière


49 quai Rambaud
69002, Lyon


Comment y aller
Crepusculum
Crepusculum 2011

Gabriela Friðriksdottir is interested in twilight, that time of day when darkness begins to infiltrate the light. The environment she has created here is imbued with melancholy and the various media – video, sculpture, drawing, performance, text, and painting – are carefully arranged to evoke fictive cosmologies rooted in Norse mythology and the Icelandic sagas of her homeland. Poems, delicate blown-glass bottles, a sound environment created with Valdimar Jóhannsson, and a protective yet delicate structure amount toa narrative that emphasises the emotions and irrational forces that govern our existence. With the support of the Icelandic Art Center.

La Sucrière


49 quai Rambaud
69002, Lyon


Comment y aller
Crepusculum
Crepusculum 2011

Gabriela Friðriksdottir is interested in twilight, that time of day when darkness begins to infiltrate the light. The environment she has created here is imbued with melancholy and the various media – video, sculpture, drawing, performance, text, and painting – are carefully arranged to evoke fictive cosmologies rooted in Norse mythology and the Icelandic sagas of her homeland. Poems, delicate blown-glass bottles, a sound environment created with Valdimar Jóhannsson, and a protective yet delicate structure amount toa narrative that emphasises the emotions and irrational forces that govern our existence. With the support of the Icelandic Art Center.

La Sucrière


49 quai Rambaud
69002, Lyon


Comment y aller
Crepusculum 2011

Gabriela Friðriksdottir is interested in twilight, that time of day when darkness begins to infiltrate the light. The environment she has created here is imbued with melancholy and the various media – video, sculpture, drawing, performance, text, and painting – are carefully arranged to evoke fictive cosmologies rooted in Norse mythology and the Icelandic sagas of her homeland. Poems, delicate blown-glass bottles, a sound environment created with Valdimar Jóhannsson, and a protective yet delicate structure amount toa narrative that emphasises the emotions and irrational forces that govern our existence. With the support of the Icelandic Art Center.

La Sucrière


49 quai Rambaud
69002, Lyon


Comment y aller