Nobel Week Lights

The site specific video projection ? will light up the facade of Stockholm City museum, as part of the light festival Nobel Week Lights during the Nobel Week 4 – 12 december 2021 in Stockholm.

In her work ? (2021) artist Eva Beierheimer has advantage of the simplicity of asking. The curiosity of a specific question or thought is oftentimes the beginning of new discoveries. Science and research are usually built upon a question about something previously unexplored. The will to learn and understand comes from: Why? How? Where? When? Who? What? These questions form and create a process of learning, a way to counteract ignorance and misunderstanding, and to retrieve new knowledge. The question mark can also be seen as a symbol of a condition of, for example, confusion, surprise, dispute or the lack of answers.
The work ? is a projection of linked question marks. Together, these signs form visual overlays of organic, swarm-like shapes, where the question mark itself eventually disappears into its own geometry and abstraction.
Supported by Stockholm Konst


The group exhibition Wanderungen opens on the 24 of June at the outside and inside area of the Herz Jesu Kirche in Graz. Eva Beierheimer/Miriam Laussegger participate with a site specific installation with the title UmWeg /DeTour.
The outdoor exhibition is open from Jun 24 – September 24

Thanks to @Monika Schönbacher-Frischenschlager for organising the exhibition
Thanks for the support ResiGrass  (



Light installation in Sundbyberg

On March 11 a light installation on will be inaugurated in central Sundbyberg. The work Matrix is a changing projection of different square shapes, inspired by the specific place and the inhabitants of the city.
The projection on Banken 8 (bananhuset) is initiated and commissioned by Fastighets AB Förvaltaren and came to life with the help of Kreativ Teknik


Public artwork at Kärlekens skola, Halmstad

The two-parted work extends over two floors in the school’s open central part.
The first part of the work was created in in relation to the school’s ”Science Center” on the second floor of Kärlekens school. The starting point is the curiosity and the desire to explore and discover new things. The work ”Utblick” creates views towards the universe. The motifs for the pixel mosaic have been inspired by colored images of space.
On the first floor a series of different colored tiles are arranged like books on a bookshelf on the walls in front of the school library. The work ”Det var en gång…” is formed by first sentence from books taken from the school library, selected by pupils and staff. Together, the sentences can form a new story but also invite curiosity, imagination and the students’ desire to read.

Many thanks to Halmstads kulturförvaltningen.
Thank you for the support: Svenska Kakel and Ce.Si and Andersson & Partners Bygg AB

images from the installation by Andersson & Partners Bygg AB


Entanglements- solo exhibition at Halmstads konsthall

Halmstads Konsthall

Vernissage: 15.01.2020  17-19:00

Duration: 15.01.2020-25.02.2020
Opening hours:
Monday-friday 12.00-17.00
Saturday-sunday 12.00-16.00

Utställningen visas lördagar och söndagar klockan 13.00
Lunchvisning tisdagar klockan 12:30

I början av 2020 installeras en konstnärlig gestaltning av Eva Beierheimer på nybyggda Kärlekens skola i Halmstad. Till den tvådelade gestaltningen ”Utsikt/Vy” och ”Det var en gång…” inspireras konstnären av NASA:s kolorerade bilder av rymden och textfraser hämtade ur skolbibliotekets böcker. Genom gestaltningen vill konstnären väcka nyfikenhet och upptäckarlust hos elever i olika åldrar.
I utställningen på Halmstads konsthall presenteras processen bakom den konstnärliga gestaltningen. Beierheimers konstnärskap visas även ur ett bredare perspektiv. Beierheimer arbetar ofta processinriktat och inte sällan utforskar hon förhållandet mellan litteratur och bildkonst. På Halmstads konsthall tar det sig uttryck genom installationer i gränslandet mellan text och skulptur.

Grafiktriennal XVI – Nordic Contemporary Print Triennial 2020

Welcome to the opening of the Nordic Contemporary Print Triennial 2020.

Galleri Sander, Norra Promenaden 33, Norrköping
Opening: January 25
Saturday 12 am – 4 pm

The Swedish Printmakers’ Association arranges the Nordic Printmaking Triennial presenting a representative section of contemporary Nordic printmaking.
The exhibition will be shown at:
25.1.-14.3. 2020 Galleri Sander, Norrköping
4.4.-23.5. 2020 Trelleborgs Museum
3.9.-4.10. 2020 Kulturens Hus Luleå

Participating artists:

Composition Gold XL (detail)