Elisabeth Molin: ___(dizzy)*~ + Minh Ngoc Nguyen:

Gallery Format in Malmö presents two exhibitions during Copenhagen Photo Festival: Elisabeth Molin's  ___(dizzy)*~ and a window exhibition by Minh Ngoc Nguyen.

Elisabeth Molin’s practice gives a thought-provoking view into how lens based media inform and is put to use in a contemporary art practice.

Her work deals with slips in perception, time warps and bodily displacements, often materialized as video, photography, installation and performance. Looking beyond the seamless ideology of the world we live in, her work finds multiple jarring contradictions, dislocations, asymmetries and quiet injustices.

Elisabeth Molin has had exhibitions at Wiels, Brussels; Sundy, London; Sixty Eight Institute, Copenhagen; Austrian Cultural Forum, London and Danish Cultural Institute, Edinburgh, among others. She has shown her videos as part of the 32nd Images Festival in Toronto, the 31 Stuttgarter Filmwinter in Stuttgart and the 7th Medrar Video Festival in Cairo.
The exhibition is generously supported by Malmö Stad, the Swedish Arts Council, and Arts Council England and is also a part of Copenhagen Photo Festival 2022. The exhibition will run 13th May - 12th June

Minh Ngoc Nguyen (b.1992) is a Copenhagen-born and based artist. He graduated from Akademin Valand in 2018 with an MFA in Photography.

Through the utilisation of the contemporary still life, his work aims to deconstruct and re-constitute familiar objects and iconography, often tied to Southeast Asian- and post-internet visual culture. He recently published his first photobook “Sour Sun” under the Norwegian artist-run publishing platform, Heavy Books.