"Imminent" Per H¨šttner Solo Exhibition
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"Imminent"  Per H¨šttner Solo Exhibition

Strange premonitions about transformations are growing in the minds of people across the globe. Virtually every human being shares a sense that a great change is imminent. It makes everyone act in unexpected ways and trigger conflict where peace recently was taken for granted. New alliances are created to replace old ones. Everyone reacts differently to these new circumstances, many engage in petty arguments and fights, some are gripped by paralyzing fear, some find the situation fascinating and stimulating and try with all their might to understand this imminent transformation.

Per H¨šttnerĄ¯s video-installation Imminent contains five films. The videos are shot in Europe and in China and focus on a group of people who are engaged in trying to understand what it is that is taking place inside of them and around them. Their identities remain mystical; they merge into one another and a handful different people (Asian as well as European) may play the same person and the same actor plays different characters.

The videos will be shown within a sculptural installation where the screens and a number of objects are connected to electrical wiring that together create a rhizome throughout the space.

Opening: Jun 19th, 2010 (Saturday) at 18:00
Exhibition date: Jun 20, 2010 - July 10, 2010
Opening Hours: 11:00 am ¨C 18:00 pm (Sunday, Monday closed)
Venue: 709 Lingshi Road, Building No. 40-2F, Shanghai, China
Installation time: Jun 5, 2010- Jun 11, 2010

Artist: Per H¨šttner
Curator: Cecilia Canziani
Art Director: Li Xiaofei
Organizer: Fei Contemporary Art Center (FCAC)
Partner: The Embassy of Sweden in Beijing
                The Consulate General of Sweden in Shanghai
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