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Opening KOO JEONG A: EHM [Event Horizon Malmö]

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We look forward to a lively opening night with activation of the sculpture ‘OooOoO Malmö’ and much more.

Opening KOO JEONG A:
EHM [Event Horizon Malmö]


Welcome to the opening and summer party! The summer exhibition at Malmö Konsthall consists of the artwork “OooOoO Malmö” (2024): a skatepark constructed entirely of wood. The artist, KOO JEONG A, representing South Korea at this year’s Venice Biennale, has created a star-shaped sculpture for Malmö Konsthall’s characteristic exhibition space, which will serve as a venue for both skateboarding, movement, and choreography during the summer.

The exhibition “EHM [Event Horizon Malmö]” is curated by Seolhui Lee, Jacob Fabricius, and Mats Stjernstedt. We are looking forward to a vibrant opening night with the activation of the sculpture “OooOoO Malmö”, inauguration in the presence of the artist, curators, and co-organizers, and of course, delightful summer hangout in the courtyard of the restaurant Smak. Co-hosts for the opening night are Bryggeriets Gymnasium & Skate Malmö. Bring your skateboard and bring life to the sculpture!


17:00 The exhibition opens. Skate performance with Bryggeriet’s skateboard students

17:30 Inauguration, participants: KOO JEONG A, Artist; Mats Stjernstedt, Director of Malmö Konsthall; Seolhui Lee och Jacob Fabricius, Curators; John Dahlquist; Deputy Rector of Bryggeriet’s Gymnasium; Gustav Svanborg Edén, Project Leader at Skate Malmö; Ellen Spens, Kollaborativet

18:00 Skate performance med Bryggeriet’s skateboard students

18:15–22:00 DJs in restaurant Smak

18:30–20:00 & 21:00–22:00: Skate sessions open to all

22:00 The exhibition and restaurant close

Learn more about Bryggeriets gymnasium
Learn more about Skate Malmö

During the evening, Kollaborativet’s installation “Röra!” will also open in C-salen, and Bryggeriets student exhibition “Transformaktion” in Verkstan.


What: Opening
When: Friday 31.5, 17:00–22:00
Where: The main exhibition space, restaurant Smak, C-salen & The Workshop

Drop in, free entrance