In Natalie Djurberg's video installations, the artist breaks many taboos and the viewer dives into eerie scenarios uncovering the ambivalent abbyss of human feelings and doings. The artist herself is responsible for everything: direction, camera, technical solutions, costumes, as well as design and production of the clay-figures which are then animated in the stop-motion technique. The electronic music plays an important role in Djurberg's films and is composed by her spouse Hans Berg.
The exhibition has been realized in cooperation with Giò Marconi, Milan
Nathalie Djurberg, born in 1978 in Sweden, studied in Gothenburg and Malmø. She lives in Sweden and Berlin.
2012 New Museum, New York, NY, USA (EA)
2010 Dakis Joannou Collection kuratiert von Jeff Koons, The New Museum, New York, NY, USA
2008 Fondazione Prada, Mailand, Italien (EA)
2012 Pino Pascali Award, Bari, Italien
2010 Peis der 12. Kairo Biennale, Kairo, Ägypten
2009 Silberner Löwe für Junge Kunst, 53. Biennale Venedig, Italien
Galerie Thomas Modern, Türkenstrasse 16, 80333 München