SOMETHING TURNED INTO A THING

Janine Antoni, John Chamberlain, Wim Delvoye, Tom Friedman, Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster, Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Denise Grünstein, Sol LeWitt, Agnes Martin, James Turrell, Lawrence Weiner, Rémy Zaugg

September 22, 2012–June 2, 2013

Curator: Tessa Praun

Exhibition

Janine Antoni with assistants in her studio, December 2012, working with the extension of Moor. Photo: Zoe Alexandra . Installation view Moor.

Janine Antoni with assistants in her studio, December 2012, working with the extension of “Moor”. Photo: Zoe Alexandra . Installation view “Moor”.

Since fall 2011, Magasin 3 has dedicated two galleries to annual exhibitions featuring works from the permanent collection. These presentations provide the opportunity for recollections and reflections upon artists that Magasin 3 has followed over the years.

Something Turned Into a Thing is an exhibition based on the basic properties of the chosen materials and how they are perceived by our senses and our minds.

Some participating artists take fragments of the urban environment or familiar everyday objects and discover new ways of seeing them, both visually and intellectually. Other artists rely solely on an idea as the principal expressive agent of the work. With an often playful, unrestrained and uncompromising approach to the materials, artists extract objects, phenomena or words from their customary areas of use and expose them to a broader range of interpretations. John Chamberlain’s intricate sculptures made of crushed car parts, Agnes Martin’s geometric grids in muted colours on canvas, Wim Delvoye’s sewage pipes on porcelain pedestals and Tom Friedman’s toothpaste painting all stand side-by-side in this exhibition. The title, “Something Turned Into a Thing,” is borrowed from a work by Lawrence Weiner, who has spent decades exploring language in his art so that he can more comprehensively dedicate himself to—and spark a debate about—objects and our relationship to them.

The works span Magasin 3’s entire history, from the opening exhibition in 1988 to later installations created specifically for our space and even some of the most recent additions to our collection.

Janine Antoni “Moor”, 2001 (extensions added 2002, 2007, 2013)
Janine Antoni has produced an extension of her work Moor, for the second season of the exhibition. The rope was originally created for the exhibition “Free Port” (2001) at Magasin 3, and consists of entwined materials such as cat’s hairs, lace, swimming goggles and shoelaces. The work is in perpetual change; every time the rope is shown, its length is added to.

Read the stories behind the objects in “Moor” from friends and family to Janine Antoni.


Janine Antoni’s “Moor”, 2001: extended 23 meters
Extensions added 2002, 2007, 2013

* Material “Moor”:
Melissa’s dental floss
Danielle’s red reversible jacket
Green T-shirt of Pat’s
Glenn’s brown sweater from Old Navy
Byron’s striped velour shirt
Lisa’s studio jeans
Pat’s tie from Dean
Douglas’s plaid shirt
Nightshirt of Paul’s
Byron’s never-worn tie
Anissa’s swim goggles
Byron’s green shirt
Byron’s red tie
Michael and Donna’s rock climbing rope
Emmett’s blue and black bathing suits
Glenn’s ochre sweater
Paul’s orange shirt
Gregory’s purple shirt
Sabina’s black and white dress
Doug’s red wool cardigan
Danielle’s work jeans
Melissa’s brown satin shirt
Meg’s light blue Monster Truck T-shirt
Melissa’s antique cream dress
Meg’s transparent white gauzy/lacy negligee
Paul’s paisley button-down vest
Ana and Mom’s blue patterned dress
Unidentified pink shirt
Mark’s plaid shirt
Danielle’s angora sweater
Melissa’s plastic tubing
Ella’s star shirt
Striped leggings worn by Ella and Addie
Yet another of Byron’s never-worn ties
A fleece sweatshirt worn by Ella and Addie
Byron’s purple patterned bathing suit
Lisa’s late father’s shirt, worn by Byron
Lisa’s rose V-neck shirt
Paul’s paisley shirt from RISD days
Jenny’s beach ribbons
Gregory’s tie bought in Sweden
Sabina’s green fabric
Paul’s blue and green sweater from Argentina
Douglas’s leather belt
Mom’s purple, blue, and white housedress
Pearl necklace my mother made and we both wore
Dad’s T-shirt commemorating the silver anniversary of the Bahamas
Plastic rain hats that Jenny found
Pat’s khaki pants
Purple shirt given to Byron by Mark
Glenn’s button-down pink shirt
Flower pajamas worn by Ella and Addie
A Mickey Mouse shirt shared by Emmett, Ella, and Addie
Mark’s purple shirt
Brian and Paul’s wool sailor pants
Melissa’s burgundy ribbon
Meg’s gold Mardi Gras beads
Meg’s multilayered turquoise dress
Melissa’s performance wig made from human hair
Melissa’s polka dot Carmen Miranda dress
Melissa’s scarf
Mom’s canary-yellow beach cover-up
Haydee’s brown T-shirt
Necklace that Paul bought me in Honduras
Melissa’s yellow embroidery thread
Paul’s green turtleneck
Elizabeth’s pink little girl’s dress
Doug’s High 8 video from the Peripatetic North Watching Pack
Doug’s blue corduroy pants
Pat’s camera obscura T-shirt, unlimited edition artwork
Lisa and Byron’s Skowhegan T-shirts
Beverly’s bird nest mixed with orange and pink string
Rosa’s lake side nightie
Daniel’s tassels
Daniel’s plant specimens
Robin’s father-in-law’s Navy uniform
Robin’s metallic, flowered dress
Robin’s pink silk dress
Courtney’s lavender shirt
Danielle’s mom’s blue patterned blouse
Danielle’s work pants
Julian’s paper plane T-shirt
Yellow kite string and red electrical wire from Paul’s studio
Nari’s fire hose
Roland’s favorite old tie
Sister Frances’s scarf
Lenny’s T-shirt with Sabbath Day Lake logo
Zendon’s 16 socks
Boa France wore to Chen’s opening
Tony’s suit
Brother Wayne’s suspenders
Sister Marie’s red T-shirt
Fabric from Kazumi’s childhood
Sister Marie’s kitchen apron
Michael’s apron from the oval box shop
Piece of bell rope from the Shakers
Dog hair from Habakkuk, Landon, and Jason
Brother Arnold’s hand-dyed yarn
Raffia from the straw bag given to Pat at our wedding
Kiki’s tie-dyed clothes from her country house
Tamara’s best friend, Barbra’s white studio shirt
Bob’s orange University of Miami sweatshirt
Mom and Ana’s blue flowered dress
Maureen’s ambrosia fabric given to her by Julie
Beverly’s son’s bed sheet
Robert’s black scarf
Craig’s aqua studio shirt
Natalia’s multipurpose fabric
Judith’s blue and black rodeo shirt
Nora’s blue hand-knitted scarf
Marita’s sister’s hand-woven pink fabric
Beige baby hat worn by Louis and his son, James
Rebecca’s Raggedy Ann doll’s yellow-flowered apron
Leather from Kevin’s tight wire shoes
Willie’s electrical cord from his irons
Dave’s lamé boxers
Dave’s blue-and-white robe
Paolo’s vinyl belt and shoelace
Paul’s leftover red, yellow, and blue flag material and pink raffia
Meg’s green pajama top
Linda’s black velvet dress
Melissa’s Barbeque Soy Chips bags
Meg’s aqua and white dragonfly skirt
Melissa’s plastic deli bags
Brian’s blue-flowered sheet
Brian’s green-flowered pillowcase
Paola’s chiffon scarf
Melissa and Mom’s leftover tassel cords from Unveiling
Fur from Judy’s cats, Jay and Dee
Lisa’s father’s white shirt with black spots
My dad’s white shirt with black and grey graphics
Bob’s black shirt with white animals
Getty’s wet suit
Paul’s yellow plaid shirt
Paul’s grey and blue shirt
Brian’s red and green batik shirt
Paul’s green, yellow, black, and white shirt with a print of Nelson Mandela
Brian’s yellow, beige, and black shirt
Pat’s hammock
17 ties from Richard’s father
Brian’s island shirts
Paul’s video connection cord
Bob’s boxers
Blanket from Gabriel and Marina
Dad’s brown and white batik shirt
Mom’s hooded, orange terrycloth bathrobe
Yarn given to me by Suzanne
Hospital pajamas my mother bought me
Dad’s pajamas from the hospital
More beach ribbon from Jenny
Green button-down shirt of Paul’s
Stockings I stole from my mother
Fur from Jody’s cat, Hudson
Meg’s triathlon bathing suit
Melissa’s 100% vinyl jacket
Danielle’s argyle sweater
Mary’s apron
Mary’s phone cord
Byron’s red turtleneck
Mark’s T-shirt
Mark’s batik T-shirt from Indonesia
Glenn’s Uncle Donald’s college sweatshirt
Jenny’s Christmas lights
Pat’s blue and white shirt
Dad’s doctor uniform
Mom and Dad’s chenille bedspread
Chair upholstery given to me by my Mom
Pink feather boa from Codi
Stuart’s message T-shirts
Andrea’s plastic curtains
Paul’s navy shirt
Melissa’s skirt
Melissa’s scarf
Grey fabric from Danielle’s art project
Doug’s industrial power cord
My brother Brian’s favorite shirt
Leis from Brian’s birthday party
John’s gray nightshirt
Alan’s glow T-shirt
Robert’s blue rope
Sina’s ex-friend’s orange towel
Remnant from Nina’s bridesmaid outfit
Red plastic bag from Sina and Nina
Mattias’s towel
Raffia from Pat’s straw basket given to him at our wedding
Richard’s green plaid shirt
Tove’s black socks
A rabbit fur belt from the jacket my Mom bought me
Nina’s interior decorating fabric
David’s blue striped Brooks Brothers shirt
Gold trim for my Virgin Mary costume bought by Jody
Thomas’s blue flour-sack pants
Gedi’s wetsuit
Jenny’s ribbon found on the beach
Julie’s green pants
Julie’s multicolored fabric
Red velour Christmas dress worn by my Granny Miana
Elizabeth’s grandmother’s blue and white striped apron
My Grandmother Gugu’s slip
My Mom’s fall and hairnet
Doug’s grandmother’s dishtowel
Rosary beads found with Doug
Joe’s blue pants
Dad’s coconut husks
Jose’s Barra do Sahy T-shirt
Paul’s Trans edition, plastic hurricane flags
Andreas’s guitar strings
Martin’s red handkerchief
Dan’s yellow shorts
Karen’s fern crown
Paul’s green Hawaiian style shirt that said “Freeport Bahamas”
Paul’s black and wine colored cardigan eaten by moths
Paul’s grey cardigan eaten by moths
Paul’s Argentinean sweater
Richard father’s ties
Julia’s jeans
The orange sailor jumpsuit mom bought for me
Byron’s black painting made after Ad Reinhart
Paul’s beige t-shirt and green and khaki striped shirt
The honorary yellow, blue, and cream satin doctorate robe with brown velvet lining given to me from Montserrat College of Art
Eric’s black and White sweater
Melissa’s blue vinyl
Earl Brown’s tie from his robe given to me by Susan Solins
Melissa’s red and white striped
Ten Zen’s grey sweatpants
Ten Zen’s white hoodie
Melissa’s pink and white striped work coat
Melissa’s dirty piece of a bridal veil
Whipped with Paul’s shoelaces
Lisa and Byron’s mattress cover
Anissa’s green and tan shimmery fabric
Ken’s Bob Marley t-shirt
Sara’s white and beige cloth napkins
Pat’s plastic fruit
Pat’s leather belt
Pat’s black stuffed tail
My Dad’s UCLA sweatshirt
Aida’s red skirt
Aida’s pale blue jeans
Paul’s grey Pants
Pat’s purple stuffed tail
Glenn’s gray “materials in Seoul” t-shirt
Sina’s grey sock
Andres’s mystery underwear
Gloria’s purple bolero
Michael’s heart tie
Michael’s American flag swim trunks
Jamie’s pink dress
Zoe’s purple velvet coat
Zoe’s long black skirt
Zoe’s gray kaftan
Annie’s green shirt with zipper
Amanda’s fabric
Molly’s fleece
Molly’s red fabric
Julia’s silk shirt
Julia’s nun’s veil
Jesse’s old keys
Jesse’s collar
Lea’s fake fur
Lea’s garbage bag costume
Aki’s elastic bands
Brian’s caps
Brian’s hip-hop dance pants
Brian’s basketball shorts,
Brian’s fake snakes named Wiggly and Curly
Susan’s blanket
Lucy’s first knitting
Tom’s son’s Woody doll
Indra’s Bean Sprouts t-shirt
Karen’s green sarong
Bill’s guitar string
Teresita, Cypress, and Caspian’s—Mexican papel picado, flag
Alicia’s maternity dress necktie she wore when pregnant with Luca and Rico
Alicia’s Scrubs
Paul’s dreadlock

About the artists

Janine Antoni

John Chamberlain

Wim Delvoye

Tom Friedman

Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster

Felix Gonzalez-Torres

Denise Grünstein

Sol LeWitt

Agnes Martin

James Turrell

Lawrence Weiner

Rémy Zaugg

Program

Curator tour

Saturday September 22 at 2pm

Exhibition Curator Tessa Praun presents Something Turned Into a Thing and discusses the works and shares anecdotes about how they found their way into the Magasin 3 collection with museum director David Neuman. In Swedish.

Curator Tour

Sunday, October 14 at 2pm

Curator Tessa Praun guides us through the exhibitions Something Turned Into a Thing and Chris Burden. In Swedish.

Works

Janine Antoni
Moor
, 2001
122,55 m
Rope made of clothes and objects *

John Chamberlain
The First Dance of Trees
, 1986
Painted and chromium-plated steel
213 x 274 x 152 cm

Wim Delvoye
Chantier V
, 1995
Steel pipes and porcelain
140 x 632 x 162 cm

Tom Friedman
Hollow Man Offering Nothing to No One
, 2008
Oven roaster tins, aluminum foil and silver glitter
167.6 x 61 x 96.5 cm

Tom Friedman
Untitled, first made1989
Crest Tartar Control Gel Toothpaste
Dimensions variable

Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster
Calder Red (Painting),
2012
Red paint (RAL 2002) on existing column
Dimensions variable

Felix Gonzalez-Torres
Untitled (for Stockholm)
, 1992
12 light strings, 504 15 watt light bulbs
Size varies with installation

Denise Grünstein
Auschwitz, Poland
, 1998
Silver gelatin print mounted on aluminium
144 x 120 cm

Denise Grünstein
Auschwitz, Poland
, 1998
Silver gelatin print mounted on aluminium
144 x 120 cm

Denise Grünstein
Auschwitz, Poland
, 1998
Silver gelatin print mounted on aluminium
144 x 120 cm

Sol LeWitt
Wall Drawing #111
, September 1971
A wall divided vertically into five equal parts, with ten thousand lines in each part: 1st) 6″ (15 cm) long; 2nd) 12″ (30 cm) long; 3rd) 18″ (45 cm) long; 4th) 24″ (60 cm) long; 5th) 30″ (75 cm) long. Black pencil.
First installation: John Weber Gallery, New York, NY
First drawn by: R. Cutrone, P. Graf, S. Kato, J. Marasco, J. Nyeboe, M. Stamos, B. Walker, R. Watanabe, M. Wheeler
Courtesy Estate of Sol LeWitt

Agnes Martin
Untitled #7
, 1991
Acrylic and graphite on canvas
183 x 183 cm

James Turrell
Dawning
, 1992
Permanent light installation
3 x 5.20 x 12.80 m

Lawrence Weiner
Catalog #1029
, 2009
Language and vinyl text
Dimensions variable

Rémy Zaugg
MEN JAG/VÄRLDEN/JAG SER DIG, 1994-1996
Auto lacquer on wood
230 x 205.2 cm

* Material “Moor”:
Melissa’s dental floss
Danielle’s red reversible jacket
Green T-shirt of Pat’s
Glenn’s brown sweater from Old Navy
Byron’s striped velour shirt
Lisa’s studio jeans
Pat’s tie from Dean
Douglas’s plaid shirt
Nightshirt of Paul’s
Byron’s never-worn tie
Anissa’s swim goggles
Byron’s green shirt
Byron’s red tie
Michael and Donna’s rock climbing rope
Emmett’s blue and black bathing suits
Glenn’s ochre sweater
Paul’s orange shirt
Gregory’s purple shirt
Sabina’s black and white dress
Doug’s red wool cardigan
Danielle’s work jeans
Melissa’s brown satin shirt
Meg’s light blue Monster Truck T-shirt
Melissa’s antique cream dress
Meg’s transparent white gauzy/lacy negligee
Paul’s paisley button-down vest
Ana and Mom’s blue patterned dress
Unidentified pink shirt
Mark’s plaid shirt
Danielle’s angora sweater
Melissa’s plastic tubing
Ella’s star shirt
Striped leggings worn by Ella and Addie
Yet another of Byron’s never-worn ties
A fleece sweatshirt worn by Ella and Addie
Byron’s purple patterned bathing suit
Lisa’s late father’s shirt, worn by Byron
Lisa’s rose V-neck shirt
Paul’s paisley shirt from RISD days
Jenny’s beach ribbons
Gregory’s tie bought in Sweden
Sabina’s green fabric
Paul’s blue and green sweater from Argentina
Douglas’s leather belt
Mom’s purple, blue, and white housedress
Pearl necklace my mother made and we both wore
Dad’s T-shirt commemorating the silver anniversary of the Bahamas
Plastic rain hats that Jenny found
Pat’s khaki pants
Purple shirt given to Byron by Mark
Glenn’s button-down pink shirt
Flower pajamas worn by Ella and Addie
A Mickey Mouse shirt shared by Emmett, Ella, and Addie
Mark’s purple shirt
Brian and Paul’s wool sailor pants
Melissa’s burgundy ribbon
Meg’s gold Mardi Gras beads
Meg’s multilayered turquoise dress
Melissa’s performance wig made from human hair
Melissa’s polka dot Carmen Miranda dress
Melissa’s scarf
Mom’s canary-yellow beach cover-up
Haydee’s brown T-shirt
Necklace that Paul bought me in Honduras
Melissa’s yellow embroidery thread
Paul’s green turtleneck
Elizabeth’s pink little girl’s dress
Doug’s High 8 video from the Peripatetic North Watching Pack
Doug’s blue corduroy pants
Pat’s camera obscura T-shirt, unlimited edition artwork
Lisa and Byron’s Skowhegan T-shirts
Beverly’s bird nest mixed with orange and pink string
Rosa’s lake side nightie
Daniel’s tassels
Daniel’s plant specimens
Robin’s father-in-law’s Navy uniform
Robin’s metallic, flowered dress
Robin’s pink silk dress
Courtney’s lavender shirt
Danielle’s mom’s blue patterned blouse
Danielle’s work pants
Julian’s paper plane T-shirt
Yellow kite string and red electrical wire from Paul’s studio
Nari’s fire hose
Roland’s favorite old tie
Sister Frances’s scarf
Lenny’s T-shirt with Sabbath Day Lake logo
Zendon’s 16 socks
Boa France wore to Chen’s opening
Tony’s suit
Brother Wayne’s suspenders
Sister Marie’s red T-shirt
Fabric from Kazumi’s childhood
Sister Marie’s kitchen apron
Michael’s apron from the oval box shop
Piece of bell rope from the Shakers
Dog hair from Habakkuk, Landon, and Jason
Brother Arnold’s hand-dyed yarn
Raffia from the straw bag given to Pat at our wedding
Kiki’s tie-dyed clothes from her country house
Tamara’s best friend, Barbra’s white studio shirt
Bob’s orange University of Miami sweatshirt
Mom and Ana’s blue flowered dress
Maureen’s ambrosia fabric given to her by Julie
Beverly’s son’s bed sheet
Robert’s black scarf
Craig’s aqua studio shirt
Natalia’s multipurpose fabric
Judith’s blue and black rodeo shirt
Nora’s blue hand-knitted scarf
Marita’s sister’s hand-woven pink fabric
Beige baby hat worn by Louis and his son, James
Rebecca’s Raggedy Ann doll’s yellow-flowered apron
Leather from Kevin’s tight wire shoes
Willie’s electrical cord from his irons
Dave’s lamé boxers
Dave’s blue-and-white robe
Paolo’s vinyl belt and shoelace
Paul’s leftover red, yellow, and blue flag material and pink raffia
Meg’s green pajama top
Linda’s black velvet dress
Melissa’s Barbeque Soy Chips bags
Meg’s aqua and white dragonfly skirt
Melissa’s plastic deli bags
Brian’s blue-flowered sheet
Brian’s green-flowered pillowcase
Paola’s chiffon scarf
Melissa and Mom’s leftover tassel cords from Unveiling
Fur from Judy’s cats, Jay and Dee
Lisa’s father’s white shirt with black spots
My dad’s white shirt with black and grey graphics
Bob’s black shirt with white animals
Getty’s wet suit
Paul’s yellow plaid shirt
Paul’s grey and blue shirt
Brian’s red and green batik shirt
Paul’s green, yellow, black, and white shirt with a print of Nelson Mandela
Brian’s yellow, beige, and black shirt
Pat’s hammock
17 ties from Richard’s father
Brian’s island shirts
Paul’s video connection cord
Bob’s boxers
Blanket from Gabriel and Marina
Dad’s brown and white batik shirt
Mom’s hooded, orange terrycloth bathrobe
Yarn given to me by Suzanne
Hospital pajamas my mother bought me
Dad’s pajamas from the hospital
More beach ribbon from Jenny
Green button-down shirt of Paul’s
Stockings I stole from my mother
Fur from Jody’s cat, Hudson
Meg’s triathlon bathing suit
Melissa’s 100% vinyl jacket
Danielle’s argyle sweater
Mary’s apron
Mary’s phone cord
Byron’s red turtleneck
Mark’s T-shirt
Mark’s batik T-shirt from Indonesia
Glenn’s Uncle Donald’s college sweatshirt
Jenny’s Christmas lights
Pat’s blue and white shirt
Dad’s doctor uniform
Mom and Dad’s chenille bedspread
Chair upholstery given to me by my Mom
Pink feather boa from Codi
Stuart’s message T-shirts
Andrea’s plastic curtains
Paul’s navy shirt
Melissa’s skirt
Melissa’s scarf
Grey fabric from Danielle’s art project
Doug’s industrial power cord
My brother Brian’s favorite shirt
Leis from Brian’s birthday party
John’s gray nightshirt
Alan’s glow T-shirt
Robert’s blue rope
Sina’s ex-friend’s orange towel
Remnant from Nina’s bridesmaid outfit
Red plastic bag from Sina and Nina
Mattias’s towel
Raffia from Pat’s straw basket given to him at our wedding
Richard’s green plaid shirt
Tove’s black socks
A rabbit fur belt from the jacket my Mom bought me
Nina’s interior decorating fabric
David’s blue striped Brooks Brothers shirt
Gold trim for my Virgin Mary costume bought by Jody
Thomas’s blue flour-sack pants
Gedi’s wetsuit
Jenny’s ribbon found on the beach
Julie’s green pants
Julie’s multicolored fabric
Red velour Christmas dress worn by my Granny Miana
Elizabeth’s grandmother’s blue and white striped apron
My Grandmother Gugu’s slip
My Mom’s fall and hairnet
Doug’s grandmother’s dishtowel
Rosary beads found with Doug
Joe’s blue pants
Dad’s coconut husks
Jose’s Barra do Sahy T-shirt
Paul’s Trans edition, plastic hurricane flags
Andreas’s guitar strings
Martin’s red handkerchief
Dan’s yellow shorts
Karen’s fern crown
Paul’s green Hawaiian style shirt that said “Freeport Bahamas”
Paul’s black and wine colored cardigan eaten by moths
Paul’s grey cardigan eaten by moths
Paul’s Argentinean sweater
Richard father’s ties
Julia’s jeans
The orange sailor jumpsuit mom bought for me
Byron’s black painting made after Ad Reinhart
Paul’s beige t-shirt and green and khaki striped shirt
The honorary yellow, blue, and cream satin doctorate robe with brown velvet lining given to me from Montserrat College of Art
Eric’s black and White sweater
Melissa’s blue vinyl
Earl Brown’s tie from his robe given to me by Susan Solins
Melissa’s red and white striped
Ten Zen’s grey sweatpants
Ten Zen’s white hoodie
Melissa’s pink and white striped work coat
Melissa’s dirty piece of a bridal veil
Whipped with Paul’s shoelaces
Lisa and Byron’s mattress cover
Anissa’s green and tan shimmery fabric
Ken’s Bob Marley t-shirt
Sara’s white and beige cloth napkins
Pat’s plastic fruit
Pat’s leather belt
Pat’s black stuffed tail
My Dad’s UCLA sweatshirt
Aida’s red skirt
Aida’s pale blue jeans
Paul’s grey Pants
Pat’s purple stuffed tail
Glenn’s gray “materials in Seoul” t-shirt
Sina’s grey sock
Andres’s mystery underwear
Gloria’s purple bolero
Michael’s heart tie
Michael’s American flag swim trunks
Jamie’s pink dress
Zoe’s purple velvet coat
Zoe’s long black skirt
Zoe’s gray kaftan
Annie’s green shirt with zipper
Amanda’s fabric
Molly’s fleece
Molly’s red fabric
Julia’s silk shirt
Julia’s nun’s veil
Jesse’s old keys
Jesse’s collar
Lea’s fake fur
Lea’s garbage bag costume
Aki’s elastic bands
Brian’s caps
Brian’s hip-hop dance pants
Brian’s basketball shorts,
Brian’s fake snakes named Wiggly and Curly
Susan’s blanket
Lucy’s first knitting
Tom’s son’s Woody doll
Indra’s Bean Sprouts t-shirt
Karen’s green sarong
Bill’s guitar string
Teresita, Cypress, and Caspian’s—Mexican papel picado, flag
Alicia’s maternity dress necktie she wore when pregnant with Luca and Rico
Alicia’s Scrubs
Paul’s dreadlock

Booklet

A booklet distributed during the exhibition to provide visitors with a more complete introduction to the works in the exhibition Something Turned Into a Thing. The booklet is given free of charge to visitors at Magasin 3.

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Audioguide
Tessa Praun

AUDIOGUIDE

Exhibition Curator Tessa Praun presents Something Turned Into a Thing and talks about how the works found their way into the Magasin 3 collection.
The audioguide is produced by Tomas Rajnai in collaboration with Magasin 3.

Language: Swedish

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