Deltagare8 August, 2005

Eliana Ivarsdotter Haddad, Jennie Öberg, Isabelle Andersson, Sara Lännerström, Andreas Waldén, Andreas Eklöf, Stine Vister, Mia Möller, Linda Rönning, Emma Ströde

4 August, 2005

mycket Fan. Så detta är en kapital gatan skytte tärningar. Du vill blanda, enligt FIG vill ah. Khaki väst jacka + byxor + rosa skjortaInne på sig en rosa plysch åktur till fånga en svart väst och khaki byxor, med en mild ton ser mycket mild.Vest + Lederhosen Vintage klocka bottnar sjuttiotalet även om återkomsten, men mode människor Bell-bottoms ändrades till en nio bell-bottoms, damerna av detta slag kommer inte att vara mindre populära element, men hon kom ut på toppen av det med västen jacka, så lite kallt på vintern, men vår och höst är fortfarande OK. Rider-stil skinnbyxor tillströmning av människor har varit favorit stjärna i en enda produkt, kan kalla skinnbyxor inte bara lägga en rockstil för sig själva, tillsammans med västen jacka med super bra Balklänningar.

During the summer of 2005, the project Tomma Rum (Empty Rooms) was carried out in Fengersfors, a small community located just southwest of Åmål.As usual, an email was sent out to all of Sweden's municipalities asking if anyone would consider providing free accommodation and workspace for our group.Those who responded to our request were the artist collective Not Quite, which is housed in Fengersfors' disused paper mill.The gigantic mill has been decorated and renovated to house studios, workshops and exhibition spaces for Not Quite's members.The winding corridors of the old paper mill had plenty of space, and an entire floor was offered to us to use freely.Accommodation was arranged for us in Folkets Hus, which was right next to the mill. There was an apartment upstairs that we lived in, and downstairs there was a stage and a basement room that had been used as a youth center.During our time at Folkets Hus, the downstairs was used as an auction room, and one day a dance band came to rehearse on the stage.This summer, our group stayed in June and July, and someone stayed until August.It was a large enough group to gather for joint activities, and during the summer period we had two exhibitions at the mill; one outdoors, when we installed ourselves in and around the paper mill and handed out maps showing our various art stations, and one when we exhibited in Not Quite's cozy little café. Despite the fact that Fengersfors was a fairly remote place, two miles from the nearest town, the flow of visitors was surprisingly high.Not Quite organized several large exhibitions that attracted people, and obviously the mill was considered an art institution in the town.This was possibly also what distinguished this year's stay from the period in Jokkmokk and Nordmaling; here we arrived in a place where a kind of artist community had been established, with which we interacted.Although we also moved outside the framework of the already well-known artist collective and worked around the ICA store, the bathing place and the kiosk next door, active artists in the locality were no strangers to most people.This was a circumstance that one could choose to work around, with or against, offering opportunities as well as obstacles, depending on how one looked at it and how one worked.