Guided tour for Lund University staff at Skissernas Museum
Since the mid-1970s Andy Goldsworthy makes temporary and permanent art works that are often deeply embedded in a landscape’s social context and history. His art often deals with public access to open lands, also across private land – a right that is taken for granted in Scandinavia, but that in many other places is highly contested.
The physical exploration of materials and places and the resistance offered by nature are vital for Goldsworthy’s artistic process. The encounter with the unplanned and the unknown is important to him, as is the complex understanding of both the beauty and danger of nature. Goldsworthy (b. 1956) works all around the globe and his work is in the collections of many important museums.
Guided tours (30 minutes)
- Tuesday 5/12 12.30-13.00 (in Swedish)
- Wednesday 6/12 12.30-13.00 (in Swedish)
- Thursday 7/12 12.30-13.00 (in English)
Free admission for Lund University staff – bring your LU-card! Limited number of participants. Advance booking required at info [at] skissernasmuseum [dot] lu [dot] se
Combine your visit with a lunch at the Museum's restaurant På Skissernas. We recommend that you book a table: paskissernas.se (in Swedish)