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EnjoyeTV (2019). Exhibition view. Image courtesy the artists + Konstfack, Stockholm.
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Olga Krykun, EnjoyeTV (2019). Installation view. Image courtesy the artist + Konstfack, Stockholm.
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Olga Krykun, EnjoyeTV (2019). Installation view. Image courtesy the artist + Konstfack, Stockholm.

Playful hints of humour & pop cultural uncanniness in Olga Krykun’s sculptural framing of other artists’ videos in the first EnjoyeTV

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The first edition of EnjoyeTV, an artist-run project by Olga Krykun with videos by Emmy Skensved & Greg Blunt, Jakub Choma, Anna Slama & Marek Delong, Mureş Nicoletaand others, was on at Konstfack, Stockholm, from March 28 to April 14.

Olga Krykun, EnjoyeTV (2019). Installation view. Image courtesy the artist + Konstfack, Stockholm.

Also featuring work by Jakub Hájek & František Hanousek, Barbora Fastrová & Johana Pošová, Frank Yunker, Isabella Kalén and Erik Johansson, the first edition of the project re-presents their works through Krykun’s own sculptural additions. Clothing and detritus playfully frame the screens in the exhibition, anthropomorphising the video works and opening them up to expanded readings and re-imaginings, with hints of humour and pop cultural uncanniness.**

The first edition of artist-run project EnjoyeTV by Olga Krykun was on at Konstfack, Stockholm, running March 28 to April 14, 2019.