tor lindstrand | balgo
About the artist
Tor Lindstrand (Stockholm) is an Associate Professor at the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH-A) and an architect. His practice oscillates between architecture, art and performance, in numerous cultural contexts with projects presented in institutions including, the TATE Liverpool, the Venice Architecture Biennale, Steirischer Herbst, the Shenzhen and Hong Kong Bi-city Biennale of Urbanism/Architecture, Van Abbe Museum, VOLTA Basel, Performa New York, Royal Dramatic Theatre Copenhagen, NAI Rotterdam, Swedish Architecture Museum, Tensta Art centre, Botkyrka Art centre, and Storefront for Art and Architecture.
Together with choreographer Marten Spangberg he initiated International Festival, an organisation working within context specific projects spanning from buildings, publications, films, installations, public interventions and situations. In 2010 he founded Economy together with art director Jessica Watson-Galbraith, a practice dedicated to working in architecture, art, education and performance.
About the host partner
Warlayirti Artists is one of Australia’s leading Indigenous art centres, whose artists have a reputation for producing uniquely individual and vibrant artworks. Located in Balgo Community, on the edge of the Great Sandy and Tanami Deserts in northern Western Australia, Warlayirti Artists, represents more than 200 artists across the three communities in the Kutjungka region – Kururrungku (Billiluna), Mulan, and Wirrimanu (Balgo).