In Chronotopia artists get the opportunity to contribute to one of Gothenburg’s biggest-ever construction projects, the West Link and the infrastructure area at Olskroken.
Winners for stations Haga and Korsvägen
The proposal Rainbow Snake by Huang Yong Ping is appointed as winner for station Haga. The artist duo Goldin+Senneby has won the competition for station Korsvägen with their proposal Eternal Employment. Read the statement of the jury:Winner for station Haga Winner for station Korsvägen Complete jury statement
A snake skeleton wanders throughout station Haga
Rainbow Snake evokes the ancient layers of time under our feet. The large scale of the snake reminds of evolution and of the discovery of a dinosaur skeleton at the time when the first train tunnels were being excavated, thus connecting with the history of train travel…
Eternal employment at the city’s event-centre
Eternal Employment at Korsvägen station (Rubrik)
A changing room, a time clock and fluorescent lights above the platforms that are turned on whenever an employee is at work. Eternal Employment is a conceptual performance and an innovative proposal that expands the notion of what public art can be.
Chronotopia, an investigation on time and place
The art programme Chronotopia articulates an investiagation complex network of identities, heritage and relations to a globalised world that can be expressed in the city’s public spaces.
E-flux announcement Centralen & Olskroken
E-flux announcement Haga & Korsvägen
Kronotopia: Centralen och Olskroken
The scope of this competition is the Central Station and the area of Olskroken. The artists are entering the project when the new station spaces at Centralen and the railway line and bridges at Olskroken are still at the planning stage.
Kronotopia: Haga och Korsvägen
An international competition about artistic design of stations Haga and Korsvägen. Artists were invited to submit artistic proposals at a time when the facilities were still at the stage of planning.