Konsthall C is delighted to present a solo show by Pontus Pettersson.

The works contain performance, wall sculptures and installations specifically made for Konsthall C. What unites the works are Pontus Pettersson’s artistic and choreographic methods shich creates ways of listening. Ägget katten och dikten - Där ytan river sår is Pontus Pettersson's first solo show.
In the exhibition we meet Tiles & Titles, a project where Pontus have collected books as source material for poetry. In this case the books also becomes part of Pontus’ Objects on the Wall, where they melt into the room, dressed in Pontus’ typeface Pancor.

The exhibition will be activated during the weekends through durational performances where Tiles & Titles and the performative method the Cat Practice will be used as artistic and choreographic material. 
There will also be poetry lunches every Thursday at 12-2 PM, where Tiles & Titles is used by the participants to create poetry. Light lunch is served at a low price.


Pontus Pettersson is an artist, choreographer and dancer residing in Stockholm. His work runs through dance and poetry, found objects and spatial statements. Originally a dancer, Pontus still sees choreography as a starting point for a more object-oriented practice. Significant for his work is the interplay between body language, written text and the symbolic meaning of objects. Pontus is also, together with Karina Sarkissova, curator for the performance festival My Wild Flag. 

The exhibition is supported by the City of Stockholm and the Swedish Art's Council.