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Performance Art Program at Living Art Museum

Participating artists in the exhibition “Kjarval Division” currently running at the Living Art Museum in Reykjavík are inviting visitors to the museum to watch a performance art and dance program every Saturday, starting today at 4 pm.


“In the year 2012 people will wake up to dream towards memory. People will have a chance to acknowledge the existence of Shalania. This is an amazing adventure. Almost more phenomenal than the minds of creative people can imagine,” a press release says in description of the exhibition.

“See everything and feel everything but knowing that all is just an elementary particle of the rest. More can be verged upon through the Tree of Knowledge. The harvest of the fruits growing from there can be felt and seen at the exhibition of the Kjarval Division at the Living Art Museum.”

Participating artists are as follows:

Annakim Violette (US), Franz Graf (AU), Gudný Gudmundsdóttir (IS), Helgi Thórsson (IS), Hulda Vilhjálmsdóttir (IS), Jonathan Meese (DE), Laufey Elíasdóttir (IS), Morgan Betz (NL), Nonni Ragnars (IS), Ólafur Lárusson (IS), Sigtryggur Berg Sigmarsson (IS), Snorri Ásmundsson (IS), Steingrímur Eyfjörd (IS) and Valgardur Bragason (IS).

The Living Art Museum is open Tuesdays through Sundays from 12-5 pm and by appointment. Admission is free.

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