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Puckelboll USA

admin Art, Landart, Playscapes, Public Art, Sculptures

Project: Interactive sculpture (ongoing project) Team Stockholm: Johan Ferner Ström, Pedro Orenes Team St. Paul: Johan Ferner Ström, Ted Kroeten/JOTP, Jay Pomeroy/AJA inc, Rachel Marcos/JE Dunn Constructions Location: 890 Cromwell Ave, St. Paul 55114 (SSA – South St. Anthony Recreation Center) Awards/Recognitions: Making space Award/Scotland: Shortlisted Siena Price/Sweden: Shortlisted. UN Habitat: The project is included in, “Public space toolkit” Exhibited: *Century of the Child: Exhibition …

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Puckelboll Sweden

admin Art, Landart, Playscapes, Public Art, Sculptures, Urban planning

Project: Interactive sculpture Team Stockholm: Johan Ferner Ström, Dan Johansson/Lab 71, Rune Ney, Sara Heppling Trygg, Sofia Brydolf/City of Stockholm Team Malmö: Johan Ferner Ström, Anders Dahlbäck/Ramböll, Sten Göransson & Emma Johnasson/City of Malmö Photo cred: David Puig Serinyà/Glósóli Ateljé Location: Kroksbäcksparken/Malmö/Sweden Skärholmen/Stockholm/Sweden Awards/Recognitions: Making space Award/Scotland: Shortlisted Siena Price/Sweden: Shortlisted. UN Habitat: The project is included in, “Public space toolkit” Exhibited: …

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Time

admin Art, Installations, Landart, Sculptures, Video art

Project: Art installation/Land art Team: Studio Johan Ferner Ström Exhibited: Simrishamn Art hall, Gislövs stjärna (outside) Curator: Susan Bolgar Description: ”Where all possibilities exist – there are no longer any possibilities” (Beuys). Where all time exists – there can be no time. The mass media out-put grows larger and larger. Clever teams work in shifts in order to find new …

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Limitati

admin Art, Installations, Landart, Sculptures

Project: Sculpture installation Team: Johan Ferner Ström Exhibited: Simrishamn Art Hall, Skatudden/Grisslehamn Curator: Johan Ström, Susan Bolgar Description: Sand bags – heavy and menacing, always in our presence. Filled with life remnants and memories that sometimes we are not able to see or even less have time to process, they constitute an obstacle to our development and our ability to communicate. …