Eva Sjuve

Eva Sjuve is a Swedish artist working at the intersection between art, technology, and science. She is working with revealing underlying invisible structures in society and questions of complexity and ecology. Her work was awarded at the New York Exposition of short film and video in 1996 and CYNETart in 2001. She was commissioned from New Composers Series in New York to develop new technology for sound performance for the Performa 07 Biennale. Eva’s curatorial work includes ORB, the first WiFi outdoor exhibition in Copenhagen in 2003, a distributed art exhibition including The Chemical Art Ensemble, Trebor Scholz, and Turbo Twins, followed by the show STRUKTUR in NYC, including Ilze Black, Wim Salke, and Jim Costanzo.

During the residency she will develop her project in collaboration with architect Tomas Valentinaitis (Altlab) “Funghi Orchestra” which will premiere at ūmėdė festival.

Residency supported by Nordic Culture Point.