Cecilia Ciscar On Board

18 May 2018 - 30 Sep 2018
Solo Being planned

Cecilia Ciscar has taken on the project to fill tram nr. 143 from Norrköping with passengers. The tram retired in 2000 and found a resting place in Ångermanland 2 years later, far from its place of birth and far from its workplace.
In the summer of 2018 the visitors to Mannaminne will meet Cecilia Ciscar's faces, which together with the tram will become one work of art. The 'streetcar faces' observe the wide entrance of this open-air museum created by Anders and Barbro Åberg.
The simplicity of our artist's faces is apparent. The pursuit of achieving this sparse, basic expression with down-to-earth  feeling is in fact a slow process in which the artist is in dialogue with the emerging work and "listens" to it and in unison often changes painting tools or direction before both parties are satisfied with the outcome.

Norrköping Streetcar 143: ASEA, ASJ 1967, motor car, bogie 4-axled single-ended (4xER), Class M67, Car number 131-155, one man served, gauge (mm) 1435, length (mm) 12250, width (mm) 2360, height (mm) 3350, weight (kg) 13200, axel arrangement Bo´Bo, wheelbase (mm) 1800, bogie center base (mm) 5500, wheel diameter (mm) 680, type of motor ASEA LBJ 23-1, motor power (kW) 4 x 30, type of coupling albert, max speed km/h) 60, number of passengers 28 seated + 62 standing = 90.    
                                                                                                                          Information: Svenska Spårvägssällskapet

Definition


Open

We go through the applications and accept the artists whose work matches the criteria we are aming for.


Closed

Without specifying the last date for submitting the applications, we simply close the selection for the exhibition when it is complete.


Being planned

At this stage the artist can fill in a form to be the first to get detailed information about participating in the exhibition when the rules and regulations are ready. We publish the event on our website well in advance giving the artist plenty of time to prepare for it, especially when there is a theme to it.

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