Daniel Iinatti

Forty hours at sea in Cruising part two in Stockholm, Apr 7 – 14

4 April 2017

The Cruising group exhibition is on at Julia Eriksson’s apartment in Stockholm, opening April 7  to 14.

Hosted by Eriksson and Daniel Iinatti, the show brings together the work of 13 artists including Jaakko Pallasvuo + Marja-Oksa Pallasvuo, Dorota Gawęda + Eglė KulbokaitėAnna UddenbergSteven Warwick and Zoe Barcza, among others.

The first part of the exhibition took place on board the M/S Mariella cruise ship in March of this year, travelling from Stockholm to Helsinki. The forty-hour journey gave artists the time and space to explore “the feeling of being at sea, being on board, being trapped or being free” and the work is now being shown with Eriksson’s private collection in her apartment.

The after party will be at Stockholm’s Morfar Ginko and will feature performances by Kablam, Blahnix and more.

See the Facebook event page for details.**

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Memory (2016) exhibition photos

8 November 2016

The Memory group exhibition at Stockholm’s Loyal Gallery ran from September 1 until October 8, 2016.

Curated by Daniel Iinatti, the multi-media installation of painting and sculpture featured work by Ivana Basic, Duda Bebek, Alfred Boman, Viktor Fordell, Dorota Gaweda, Tilman Hornig, Egle Kulbokaite, Jaakko Pallasvuo and Emelie Sandström.

Duda Bebek, Frida (2016). Installation view. Photo by Ari King. Courtesy the artist and LOYAL, Stockholm
Duda Bebek, Frida (2016). Installation view. Photo by Ari King. Courtesy the artist and LOYAL, Stockholm

The show was centred around a text in the press release that looked at Memory through the body of a retired old man, finding peace among chaos:

“His loved ones have passed away and he spends his days organizing his belongings over and over, recreating the memories of his younger hippie days. Main interests include medievalism, skin care, jewelry, listening to trance compilations, meditation, botanics.”**

The Memory group exhibition was on at Stockholm’s Loyal Gallery running from September 1 until October 8, 2016.

Header image: Alfred Boman + Jaakko Pallasvuo in Memory (2016). Installation view. Photo by Ari King. Courtesy the artists + LOYAL, Stockholm.

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Memory @ Loyal Gallery, Sep 1 – Oct 8

29 August 2016

The Memory group exhibition is on at Stockholm’s Loyal Gallery, opening September 1 and running to October 8.

Curated by Daniel Iinatti, the show features work by Ivana BasicAlfred BomanDorota GawedaTilman HornigEgle Kulbokaite, Duda Bebek, Viktor Fordell, Emelie Sandström and Jaakko Pallasvuo. With only an address given, the press release is left empty of information regarding a curatorial premise but includes multi-media artists who’ve worked together before across a number of different platforms.

As an example, Iinatti is involved in both music and art-based projects and is part of two Stockholm collectives; Yoga Centre and Evolver. He also recently participated in a screening for Episode 4: Bathroom, curated by Memory participants Kulbokatie & Gaweda at Münchenstein’s Oslo10, and dispersed across other projects including Hornig and Paul Barsch’s New Scenario online platform’s Body Holes exhibition

Visit the Loyal Gallery website for (limited) details.**

Dorota Gaweda + Eglé Kulbokaité, '#CaptiveCEOsToBeReturnedToTheWild' (2015) Install view. Courtesy S T O R E, Dresden.
Dorota Gaweda + Eglé Kulbokaité, ‘#CaptiveCEOsToBeReturnedToTheWild’ (2015) Install view. Courtesy S T O R E, Dresden.
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Episode 4: Bathroom @ Oslo10, Nov 24

24 November 2015

Dynamic and performative time-based exhibition platform New Scenario and “post-gender avatar” Agatha Valkyrie Ice are presenting the Episode 4: Bathroom installation at Münchenstein, Switzerland’s Oslo10 on November 24.

The event features artists Mikkel Carl, Jesse Darling, Michele Gabriele and Sandra Vaka Olsen, and appears as part of the Body Holes project Chapter 7: ANUS, along with a screening by Daniel Iinatti.

Episode 4: Bathroom comes with little additional information aside from a text with its focus on the digestive tract, including an excerpt that goes as follows:

“…Ai is closely related to the mouth and hand, which are also organs strongly controlled by the sexopolitical campaign against masturbation and homosexuality in the nineteenth century. The anus has no gender.”

See the Oslo10 website for details.**

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