This Shared Circle – A process-based exhibition with Pedro Neda within Open Studio
Project rooms, Färgfabriken
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.
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.
Semilia 6, Pedro Neda. Photo: Amanda Linden
About the artist
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.
Installation view This shared Circle, Pedro Neda, Open Studio at Färgfabriken 2019. Photo: Pedro Neda
Färgfabriken’s ongoing project Open Studio was launched 2017 in collaboration with the art and design group Very Very Gold. Open studio is a way of giving exposure to creative thinking and creative processes before they adopt their final form, while also bringing creators and audiences closer together.