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Collaboration between The Royal Institute of Art, The Hamrin Foundation and The Stockholm School of Economics

Since January, a collaborative project between The Hamrin Foundation and the Stockholm School of Economics has emerged that explores how art practice can be developed in relation to the innovation and production processes of industrial companies. The project seeks to build transversal axes between environments that do not immediately encounter each other, following different logics but sharing interests in materials and technology. The aim is to achieve a cross-cutting interchange of knowledge that is shadowed and reflected in the accompanying research conducted by Professor Pierre de Guillet Monthoux, scientific director of the School of Business, Economics and Law’s Art Initiative. 

Sara Ekholm Eriksson is an alumni from KKH and is the artist who works on behalf of the university at an innovation centre in the industrial area of Småland. Deputy Vice-Chancellor Fredrik Ehlin leads the project and will together with de Guillet Monthoux produce a publication that will be published in connection with an exhibition by Ekholm Eriksson in Ljungby at the end of November.

Press release: The Hamrin Foundation.