On May 6, the summer's sculptural art commission by artist Carola Grahn (b. 1982) launches in the sculpture park. In several site-specific installations, Grahn explores our relationship to nature, rites and sacred places. With traces of dark humor, and references to popular culture and Sami traditions, the artist prompt reflection on issues concerning power structures, land and ownership, the future of the planet and our way of life.
In September, Wanås Konst’s collaboration with MARC, Knislinge continues through new dance commissions. This year, choreographer Joanna Kotze who has invited internationally recognized dance duo Mina Nishimura & Kota Yamazki to create a new site-responsive outdoor dance work in dialogue with existing works in the sculpture park collection.
In October, we welcome autumn with a two-day literature & art festival, focusing on the wonderous world of mushrooms and myscelia networks. The festival is co-curated with a local youth council, and Canadian, Copenhagen-based David Zilber, chef, fermentation expert, critic and author of The Noma Guide to Fermentation.