There will be screenings of the first An Art Apart films over the coming months. Please see the following list:
October 29, 2015: Husets Biograf, Copenhagen (DK). I will introduce Nothing can turn into a void – An Art Apart: People Like Us and Giving a baby a chainsaw – An Art Apart: The Hafler Trio. A link to the event can be found here!
November 13-29, 2015; CineCity, Brighton (UK) will show Nothing can turn into a void – An Art Apart: People Like Us. A link to the event can be found here!
November 26, 2015: Fylkingen, Stockholm (SE). I will introduce Nothing can turn into a void – An Art Apart: People Like Us and Once the toothpaste is out of the tube – An Art Apart: Charles Gatewood. A link to the event can be found here! This is actually the world premiere for the Gatewood film!
Enjoy the films!
Ingenting är sant, allting är möjligt will be screened at Klubb Mesmer in Stockholm on May 27th. It’s a great club evening together with Marja-Leena Sillanpää and American artist MV Carbon. Doors open at 8 pm and the entrance is a mere 50:- SEK. The address is Lindvallsgatan 11. See you there!
Ingenting är sant, allting är möjligt will be screened at Södra Teatern in Stockholm as a support act for the much anticipated comeback of Swedish cult band The Leather Nun on May 9th. The film’s subject, Swedish artist Freddie Wadling, was once a member of the band. We wish to extend our thanks to Jonas Almquist of The Leather Nun, United Stage and Södra Teatern for this wonderful opportunity to screen the film at Stockholm’s most beautiful venue!
We just finished the trailer for the upcoming documentary about The Hafler Trio & Andrew McKenzie. The film premieres at Fylkingen in Stockholm on April 17th, 2015. For more information about the screening, please go here!
Giving a Baby a Chainsaw – The Hafler Trio: An Art Apart (trailer) from Carl Abrahamsson on Vimeo.
Andrew McKenzie is a highly renowned British artist frequently associated with sound art and experimental music. With great perseverance and integrity, McKenzie has, since the late 1970s, produced a large body of work, predominantly in performances, records and writings under the name The Hafler Trio. Recently, he has developed a concept called complementary education, also known as “complemation”, which is presented in workshops where the participants work together in making a piece of music based on the previous workshops’ finished piece. In a way, this could be seen as a potentially endless work of art that doesn’t only touch upon the dynamics of sound and music in themselves, but to an equal degree the very process of creation and self development. This perspective of regarding creation as a learning process has become one of McKenzie’s trademarks. www.trapartfilm.com
Ingenting är sant, allting är möjligt will be shown at FOLK in Gothenburg on March 28th, 2015. The screening will be introduced by Carl Abrahamsson and Freddie Wadling. www.folkgbg.se
Trapart Film’s short music documentary Ingenting är sant, allting är möjligt (“Nothing is true, everything is possible”) about Swedish singer Freddie Wadling will make its debut at the Stockholm based documentary festival Tempo in early March.
Carl Abrahamsson och Freddie Wadling lärde känna varandra på 80-talet. De förenades av intresset för skräpkultur, ockultism, musik och framförallt film. Deras samtal och tre klassiska Blue For Two-låtar blev till filmen Love begins to write a book. 26 år senare återskapar Abrahamsson och Wadling det hela, med samma frågor och samma låtar. Resultatet? En fascinerande tidsresa i ett konstnärskap och en evigt sprakande närvaro i svenskt kulturliv.
This is the trailer for the project as such, and its first ten films. Our aim is to have all of them ready for showing during 2015.
Trailer edit by Henrik Møll.
Giving a Baby a Chainsaw – And Art Apart: Andrew McKenzie (Trapart 2015) will have a debut screening at FYLKINGEN in Stockholm on April 17th 2015. More information about this event can be found HERE! Andrew McKenzie will be present for a lecture and Q & A after the screening.