Curated tours of the exhibition



The exhibition features sculptures, comics, videos, installations, a Youtube channel, a real playground, as well as four texts written specifically for this project; one of the texts is in the form of a children's book. The exhibition is dedicated to children's television projects of the 1960s and 80s.

Artists and writers: Petra Bauer, Ida Böriel and Lou Hillarp, ​​Andjeas Eijksson, Annika Eriksson, Jennifer Hayashida, Salad Hiloule, Balsam Karam, Runo Lagomarsino, Behzad Khosravi Nuri, Katarina Pirak Sikku, Olivia Plender.

Leading Swedish artists and writers have carefully studied eleven international television programs for children that were created in the sixties and eighties and then broadcast on Swedish television. The result was a series of new works of art and literary texts. These include a colorful playground based on the Yugoslav animated series Professor Balthazar, a series of Sami drums with a reference to the Chinese children's film Monkey King, and a YouTube channel of teenage girls filming their daily lives.

Topics that the authors of the project work with: the power of myth, the work of memory, non-verbal communication, censorship, the persistence of culture, the duality of cute and charming. The exhibition will feature sculptures, comics, videos, installations, a playground, as well as literary texts, one of which has been turned into an entire book for children.


Dates: February 15, 19.00
Address: Perevedenodskiy pereulok 18, Olivie

Curated tours of the exhibition