Sunday, october 25th at 3 p.m. the artist Ragnar Már Nikulásson will discuss his work in the exhibition The World Without Us with museum guests. This is also the last day of the exhibition.
Ragnar Már Nikulásson (1985) holds a BA degree in Visual Communication (2010) and an MA degree in Fine Art (2014) from the Iceland Academy of the Arts.
In the exhibition The World Without Us Icelandic artists have been lead together that address the universe in their works and shead light on specific parts of it, the far away or the upclose, micro or macro. This way the many dimensions of the universe are unrevieled where at the same time we look for continuity and wholeness.
The artists that have work in the exhibition belong to different generations and their pieces are made in various mediums. They are: Björg Þorsteinsdóttir (1940), Brynhildur Þorgeirsdóttir (1955), Finnur Jónsson (1892-1993), Gerður Helgadóttir (1928-1975), Marta María Jónsdóttir (1974), Ragnar Már Nikulásson (1985), Steina Vasulka (1940) og Vilhjálmur Þorberg Bergsson (1937).
The curators of the exhibition are Aðalheiður Valgeirsdóttir and Aldís Arnardóttir but their exhibition-proposal was chosen when Hafnarborg called for proposals for the fall-exhibition for 2015.