Nutidens Epidemi



Is an ongoing research project that is discussing Chronic Fatigue Syndrom which is a diagnos that is growing to become a common state of our surroundings. This is a bigger research project which takes form as a performance, film, filminstallation and open up for discussions through talks and workshops. Furthermore it ask the question of responsibility of the individual, the collective, the society and how to reach sustainability in life.



It is a collaborative project with

Filmmaker - Donovan von Martens

Costume and setdesigner - Linnea Bågander

Projectcoordinator - Henrik Sputnes

Artistic director and performance - Karolin Kent.


The work is in research and being exhibited 12-20 May 2018 at Järnhallen- Ringöns konsthall.


12/5: Lördag 13:00 - 17.00 Open exhibition Inside/Outside with performer


13/5 Söndag 12:00 - 16.00 Open exhibition


16/5 Onsdag 16.00- 17.00 Open talk with guest Jonna Bornemark


19/6 Lördag 12.00 - 16.00 Open exhibition


20/5 Söndag 12.00 - 16.00 Open exhibition - Inside/Outside with performer



The project is supported by Konstnärsnämnden, Göteborgs stad & Region Halland.




Exhausted of trying to be who you are.

Simultaneously the victim and perpetrator.

As ones own parasite.



A film that portrays the dorsal state of the increasingly common symptom of Chronic fatigue/ depression.


This film is now a finished 5 and 10 min work for single screen. It is currently being developed into a three dimensional filminstallation with multiple screens.



In collaboration with Donovan von Martens - cinematography, editing & photo.



Supported by Göteborg stad kulturnämnd & Region Halland




Performance work INSIDE/OUTSIDE


A work that research the inner and outer in relation to ourselves, our surroundings and the society.

It raises the question of how to balance and manage the inner and outer to create a sustainable way of being and relating to ones environment.



Our biggest organ, Skin, is simultaneously communicating with the inside and the outside. It sends signals to our nervous system about our surroundings and potential threats. Skin is an important element of the work and is used as a form of installation as an extension of the body. It acts as a partner, support, resistance and it also bridges to the outside and interaction with other.


In collaboration with costume and set designer Linnea Bågander


Photo: Jan Berg & Tor Palm


Supported by Region Halland

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