Marine research interpreted by Beckmans' students

In the exhibition Transformation,  students in Visual Communication raise the threats to the world's oceans and provide new entrances to the high-level marine research conducted by  The Beijer Institute.  The exhibition is open January 16-29 at Svenskt Tenn. 

16 works about the oceans

The exhibition has its starting point in the Beijer Institute's work with the project Key Stone Dialogues – a dialogur between researchers and the world's leading fisheries companies in order to improve the marine environment. The project has inspired 16 works, including a news broadcast from an alternative reality, a kitchen aid that removes plastics from the food we eat and a book depicting plastic toys journey across the ocean. 

This is the second time that Svenskt Tenn lets students in Visual Communication interpret the research of the institute. 

"The course is a collaborative course with many players involved. Collaboration, research, and artistic expression are in focus when the students have been challenged to transform complex information into independent artistic projects," says Samira Bouabana, Programme Director of Visual Communication. 

Here you can see images and read about each project (In Swedish)

About The Beijer Institute 

The Beijer Institute of Ecological Economics is an international research institute under the auspices of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. The Institute works for a deeper understanding of the interplay between ecological systems and the development of society and economics with the goal of finding a way towards a sustainable development. Core funding is provided by the Kjell and Märta Beijer Foundation which owns Svenskt Tenn. 

Participating students

Agnes Vannerus Lindblom, Anders Lindén, Carl Cavallius, Daniel Thor, Emelie Svensson, Eric Svensson, Gabriel Fager Ferrari, Johanna Lundberg, Jonathan Servelind, Kitty Schumacher, Ludvig Östman, Mathias Lindahl, Mikaela Källgren, Sofus Nyström, Susanna Lycke and Tilda Ragnartz. 


Date: January 16-29i (opening hours at Svenskt Tenn)
Location: Svenskt Tenn, Strandvägen 5, Stockholm


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