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Big Candy Bang: 6 March

Exotikdot and Ami Izaki will design an edible installation for Underverk’s Season 2.

They are planning to explore different ways of perceiving the sense of taste through other senses like sight and touch. They aim to create a piece that will evolve according to the audiences participation, which will require changing its form by grabbing and consuming it. Their challenge involves materializing taste and making it visually glow and transform in space and through time.

Date: 6th of March, 2014
Time: 18:00-21:00
Address: Brännkyrkagatan 13, 11820 Stockholm


Photo from Exotikdot


Sense Lab Teaser • Stockholm Design Week • Season 2: 6 February

Join Underverk’s teaser during Stockholm Design Week for our future Sense Lab.

• Installation by Andrejs Ljunggren and Jacob Stenman
• Grab a free copy of our Season 1 catalogue
• Enjoy a special lab drink
• Find out more about our collaborations for Season 2 — Sinnen

An outside event in B13’s courtyard between 18:00-19.30.
Address: Brännkyrkagatan 13c

RSVP before February 5th to


Video: Stefanie Hessler with Jour Fixe

Curator Stefanie Hessler talks to UNDERVERK about Jour Fixe and what it means to arrange art exhibitions at home.

Photography: Daniel Rossi


Video: Artist Ylva Trapp

Artist Ylva Trapp speaks to UNDERVERK about her site specific sound piece for a Jour Fixe event in Stockholm.


Jour Fixe / Ylva Trapp: 15 November

Welcome to the fifth edition of Jour Fixe. Jour Fixe happens on selected Friday nights in Stockholm: a regular meeting of experiencing art, food, drinks and conversations at home. This edition of Jour Fixe takes place in collaboration with UNDERVERK’s Season 1 – Hemmet.

For this occasion, Ylva Trapp has created new work deriving from the location where it is shown – the apartment. Homes have their own specific timeliness and their stories are woven by the people who over the years inhabit them. Trapp traces the independent existence of the rooms and evokes a moment of co-presence with the apartment’s possible past. By selecting and amplifying certain aspects of the place, she creates a situation that is bordering on the uncanny and takes the visitor centre stage.

Curated by Stefanie Hessler

Join us on Friday, 15 November 2013, between 18.30 – 21.30.

Space is limited! RSVP to before Friday 15.00.

Karlbergsvägen 70B, 3 tr. Stockholm

T-bana S:t Eriksplan


Ylva Trapp, born 1981 in Uppsala, lives and works in Stockholm.

Studied Art in the Public Realm at Konstfack (University College of Arts, Crafts and Design) in Stockholm and Fine Art at the Art Academy in Umeå.

Her artistic work deals with the everyday appearances of poetry and politics. It can be in the close study of the absurd consequences caused by the shortage of housing or the subtle duplications of all the stains on a studio-floor. It can be done in the repeating of fractions of un-noticed body movements or the adding of 1:1 scaled drawing fitting into the environment.

Runs a moveable art space, Konsthall323, in a red Volkswagen Golf together with Frida Krohn. Collaborates in some work with Ellakajsa Nordström.

For further info see

Photo by Ylva Trapp.

Supported by Stockholms Stad.


Video: Photographer Oscar Poulsen

Oscar Poulsen, photographer and publisher of Vidvinkel Magazine, talks about his exhibition T37. A two day photography exhibition in his home in October 2013 for Underverks Season 1.


Video: Joe Coppard from Protothon

Joe Coppard, co-founder of Protothon, talks to UNDERVERK about what they do and their latest project.

Photography: Christopher Hunt



As part of UNDERVERK’s Guerilla Design and Art week Christopher will have an exhibition at Häktet on Hornsgatan 82. Don’t miss the private view on Wednesday February 6, 18:00.

Email to RSVP.

In a series of portraits, Christopher has portrayed craftsman, and created the exhibition Hantverkare. A painter, plumber and a butcher are some of the people Christopher has met and photographed. He has also taken the pictures of the people behind Kikusen.

Christopher is a Swedish native of London, England. He received his education at University of the Arts London.
Asked what he loves most about his job, he says:
— Being able to do something I love and at the same time creating something special together with all the different people I get to work with.

Christopher is open to collaborations. Contact UNDERVERK at to get in touch with him.