March 26 2014
Candyland is a non-profit art-collective run by ten people and based in Södermalm, the south-east part of Stockholm. Founded in February 2004, Candyland has arranged more than a hundred exhibitions, gigs, performances, workshops, screenings and parties over the last ten years. The members of Candyland each take turns to invite different artists from around the world to exhibit in Stockholm and have formed a strong bond between each other which is much more like a family than a commercial organisation.
This episode of INDIE CITIES looks at Candyland’s redevelopment of a warehouse – The Hammarby Art Port, which is now Candyland HQ. We also wax-lyrical about the Swedish ‘Middle Way’ and attend the work in progress of Mexican artist – Mariana Cabello.
Discover more about Candyland here: http://www.glimp.se/candyland/
INDIE CITIES – STOCKHOLM – Candyland (Art)
Hand Crafted by STAY GOLD STUDIOS
Producer/Director: Pete Williams
Cinematographer: Charlie Jones
Sound/Photographer: Adrian Klaassen
2nd Camera: Pete Williams
Researcher: Jak Norwood
Animator: Ron Santiago
Editor: Jamie Weddell
INDIE CITIES is short film series celebrating independent stores and craftspeople around the world. Indie Cities is a new multi-platform series documenting the independence revolution sweeping Europe. The show delivers personal portraits of unconventional trendsetters from the worlds of art, music, food & fashion, living in Europe’s most progressive cities. Viewers are taken on a journey through each city’s subculture, visiting independent fashion labels, listening to independent music, making their own street food, micro-brew or street art. Indie Cities celebrates the unique cultural aspects of each city and highlights the passion, craftsmanship and an uncompromising love of life that ties people in each city together.
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