This Shared Circle

– A process-based exhibition with Pedro Neda within Open Studio.

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Photo: Amanda Linden.

Pedro Neda (b.1981, Santiago, Chile) is a self-educated artist based in Helsinki, Finland. He has participated in a number of shows including the twelfth Biennale de Artes Mediales BAM12 at MNBA (National Museum of Fine Arts) in Santiago.

Neda works across a wide range of media, from self-dug clays and electric fired porcelains to resins, paint, found objects, analogue projections, music, and video. 

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Installation view This shared Circle, Pedro Neda, Open Studio at Färgfabriken 2019. Photo: Pedro Neda.

This Shared Circle

This Shared Circle is a spontaneous exploration of possibilities, where a given group of art works will be arranged to interact with each other and create different narratives through different configurations. Neda will present a series of installations where a group of objects will be displayed in different orders to find esthetic and conceptual values to each given interaction. 

In times, the space will turn into a studio situation where Neda will be making sculptures out of clay and paint, and in other moments turned into a gallery space where his creations will be displayed in a clean and ethereal environment. 

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Date & Location:

Sep 7 - Nov 10, 2019
Project room, Färgfabriken.

During the exhibition period Pedro Neda will be present and workig in the space.

You're welcome to step into the studio even if meetings, art production or installations are going on!

Open Studio:

During the autumn of 2019 Pedro Neda has been invited to work with the process-based exhibition This Shared Circle, within the concept of Färgfabrikens ongoing project Open Studio.

Open Studio began at Färgfabriken in 2017 with the collaboration with the art and design group Very Very Gold, when Färgfabriken decided to explore different ways of exposing creative thought and action before it took its final form, while also bringing creators and audiences closer together.

Open Studio helps to give exposure to creative thinking at a time when it’s still in flux, by inviting various fascinating creators to Färgfabriken to take over a project room for a short period of time.


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