m(other) exhibiton and participatory performance

At the Bergsjön Culture House, Gothenburg, a ten-meter-long canvas will take center stage, offering a dynamic narrative that seamlessly weaves together different facets of mothering.  Visual-auditory poems will reveal the invisible cracks of motherhood, allowing you to sense the embodiment of this profound experience while each step on the carpet produces insecurities.

Stepping beyond traditional observation boundaries, the artist invites you to actively engage with the profound and often unspoken aspects of motherhood.  Your participation adds depth to the collective exploration of this intricate journey.

Register for the participatory performance

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Alternatives for mothering in academia- Gothenburg

Together with the Artists Mother Collective and Konstkåren Student Union, we are trying to gather mothers and non-mothers from inside the university—students, teachers, and alumni to draw together a proposal for the University to ensure a supportive study and work environment for people who are mothering.

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group exhibition at gallery rotor 2 Gothenburg

Part of the MFA 1  in Fine Arts at Gothenburg University the group exhibition had the purpose of a sneak pick into the research pursued in that year. Cori Rina’s researched focused on room service legislations imposed by the EU as a mandatory process for the accessing countries. (2023)

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Solo Exhibition at gallery monitor gothenburg

The “About Masculinity” collection, featuring eight oil paintings that challenge traditional norms of masculinity incorporates dynamic contemporary concepts. Each piece contributes to the conversation in a unique and unexpected way, bridging the gap between past and present. 

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Solo Exhibition at room to bloom malmo

Room to Bloom  formulates proposals for running feminist art practices by creating feminist and post-colonial narratives for a transnational Europe. (2023)

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Borås Tidning

2022

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