Liutauras Psibilskis

  • Göteborg International Art Biennial

    Carl-Michael von Hausswolff is a somewhat familiar face on the international circuit, having appeared in Documenta 10 and the 2001 Venice Biennale, exhibitions that put a premium on “the real” as it is negotiated in photography, video, and installation. Now he gets to showcase his own take on reality and radicality as curator of “Against All Evens,” the second Göteborg International Art Biennial. Von Hausswolff has invited twenty-seven uncompromisingly direct artists, ranging from Kendell Geers and Carsten Höller to John Duncan, Franz Pomassl, and Stelarc. The catalogue features essays by

  • Ceal Floyer

    British artist Ceal Floyer’s first solo exhibition in Sweden, consisting of two works forming a single installation on two floors, was both minimal and well matched to the particularity of this space and its location. A sound piece in the upper gallery could be heard throughout. The video installation in the lower gallery was created specifically for Index. The visual and conceptual simplicity of the project provided a kind of counterpoint to the institution’s surroundings, with a cramped Pokémon store on one side of the gallery and a “world beat” record store on the other.

    Goldberg Variation,