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The exhibition is part of the NORDINGRÅ KONSTRUNDA 7 - 9 june 2019
148 days in a subway? Surely this would be a nightmere and to be able to survive, your mind would have to concentrate on sceneries and life above ground. The artist's task at hand in this exhibition is to show the dark side or the bright side of the journey. Or why not - one from hell and one from heaven!
For many summers in a row now we have shown art in the buildings and vehicles of the Mannaminne Open-air Museum. Last summer we were offered the unique opportunity to make an exhibition inside a subway car which stands here. It is not just any subway car, it is the notorious Silverpilen (Silver Arrow), Stockholm's driverless subway car. It no longer haunts the capital's tunnels frightening nocturnal travellers and stopping at the never-completed station Kymlinge to let off the dead, but has found a resting place here in Ångermanland, in the North of Sweden.
C5 "Silverpilen": Hägglund, ASJ 1963 - 1965 (8 cars built), subway car with numbers 2901-2908, gauge (mm) 1435, length (mm) 17620, width (mm) 2780, weight (kg) 20000, axel arrangement Bo´Bo, wheel diameter (mm) 864, type of motor 650 Volts DC (powerrail), max speed (km/h) 80, number of passengers 48 seated + ?? standing.
Information: Svenska Spårvägssällskapet
Past show: Stockholm, stockholmare & nollåttor
For more details about participating in this exhibition please fill in the form down below.
Kenneth Engblom (SE), Lena Frykholm (SE), Göran Gustavsson (SE), Anders Hägglund (SE), Marie Hertzberg (SE), Eva Högberg (SE), Markus Kasemaa (EE), Yvonne Marténg (SE), Rein Meresaar (EE), Lena Wahlstedt (SE), Angela Winlund (SE)
Selection for the art exhibition is open We go through the applications and continuously accept artists whose work matches the criteria we are aiming for. Please note that we do not specify the last date for applications!
We stop accepting applications as the event is full.
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.