Welcome to Konstfack’s Degree Exhibition 2021!

This year the Konstfack Degree Exhibition will take place during four unique events at both Konstfack and Konstnärshuset. Book your time slots to see all the fantastic exhibitions.
Visitors to the exhibitions will have the opportunity to see performances and attend workshops happening throughout the exhibition period.

Konstfack has prepared these exhibitions with careful consideration of the government’s COVID-19 guidelines. Facemasks and hand sanitizer will be provided, and visitors must book to attend an exhibition in advance.


12 May
Flax in Flux
Emelie Lundin, Bachelor’s programme in Textile
1 p.m.
Location: Elektraparken, 12631 Hägersten


22 May
Live Discussion
Kibandu Pello-Esso, Master’s programme in Spatial Design
2 p.m.
Location: Room S8, Konstfack

I have invited an expert on the subject I have been working with, namely the relation of African objects at Ethnographical museums.


22 May
Performance: The Rest Will Be Familiar to You
Karen Modrei & Hazel Mallon, Master’s programme CRAFT!
6 p.m.
Location: Tellusgången 16, Konstfack Gallery I

A craft process turns into a theater play, a workshop becomes a stage. We are conducting a performance that presents the craft of human-machine-knitting by introducing all involved parties, material, product, tools. Those actors operate in a scenery that is uncovering the dialogues that are going on between their bodies, understanding their entanglement as a kind of co-authorship that is bridging categories of human-machine and subject-object.
The performance will be happening inside of our installation in Gallery Konstfack I; activating the machines and exhibits.


26-27 May
An Archaeology of a Profession. A Series of Portraits of Exhibitions and Curators
CuratorLab 2020/2021
Presented by: Anna Mikaela Ekstrand, Giulia Floris, Edy Fung, Julius Lehmann, Marc Navarro, Simina Neagu, Hanna Nordell, Tomek Pawłowski-Jarmołajew, Marja Rautaharju, Erik Sandberg
Curatorial assistant: Vasco Forconi


26 May
Assuming Asymmetries. Conversations on Curating Public Art Projects of the 1980s and 1990s
Moderated by Joanna Warsza
6-7:30 p.m.
Location: Livestreamed on CuratorLab Facebook page, www.facebook.com/CuratorLab/


27 May
Archeology of a Profession in Sweden. Curating Beyond the Mainstream with Carlos Capelán, Elisabet Haglund, Gunilla Lundahl, and Jan-Erik Lundström
Moderated by Maria Lind
6-7:30 p.m.
Location: Livestreamed on CuratorLab Facebook page, www.facebook.com/CuratorLab/