Cluster 6 – About

Cluster 6 was created with a common interest in exploring the structure and meaning of language. Taking the area of “Lappkärrsberget” as a starting point, the group investigated what meanings could be hidden within appellations of territories and how much this meaning accurately refers to the history of a place.

Lina Aastrup

Lina Aastrup (Sweden) is an independent curator and a student at the MA programme in Curating Arts at Stockholm University (2020-2022). Aastrup has a particular interest in how photography can be used to analyse power structures and manifestations of the nature/culture divide.

Agnès Biro

Agnès Biro (France) is a freelance curator and a Master student in Curating Arts at Stockholm University. While following a Bachelor’s degree in Fine Art, she gained interest in challenging the relation between audiences and time through interruption. Her curatorial practice explores ways of manipulating spaces and scales that change people’s natural rhythm and flow and help punctuate their sense of reality. /

Tilda Dalunde

Tilda dalunde (Sweden) is an artist and a translator (educated at Konstfack and Stockholm University) with an interest in chronology, repetition, and ritual situations. She is currently exploring extreme repetition by building pixelated sculptures out of 2.5 mm, individually placed plastic beads, and writing her BA thesis in translation studies on a book about secular ritual practices.  /

Evangelia Kalpakli

Evangelia Kalpakli (Greece) is a student at the MA program in Language Science with a specialization in English Linguistics at Stockholm University. She is very interested in the way that the sounds of the languages manifest themselves and form rules.

Mehregan Meysami

Mehregan Meysami (b. Tehran, Iran) lives and works between Tehran and Stockholm.

Meysami’s work is inextricably connected to the intangibility of time, space and structures of the language. Employed by non-narrative, semi-documentary, and quasi-autobiographical approaches, her practice is shaped around the convergence of the poetics and the built world, rendered through multidisciplinary mediums such as: audio-visual installations, architectural interventions, photography and experimental film.

She received a BFA from Art Center College of Design, in Pasadena, California and a B.Arch in Architecture from Tabriz Art University in Iran. She is a current MFA candidate at Royal Institute of Art in Stockholm.

Solo exhibitions include: Image Room, Galleri Seilduken, Oslo, Norway (2019), I Am In The Shelter Of The Window, Degree Show, ArtCenter, Pasadena, CA, USA, (2017); velvet on velvet, ArtCenter, Pasadena, CA, USA (2017).