Marika Troili

Born 1984. Lives and works in Stockholm, Sweden.

marika[at]marikatroili.se


Education

2012, MA Fine Arts, Royal Instutute of Fine Arts, Stockholm Sweden.

2010, BA Fine Arts, Royal Instutute of Fine Arts, Stockholm Sweden.

2006, Örebro Art School, Örebro, Sweden.

2004, Art history B 30p, Linköpings University, Sweden.

2004, Art history A 30p, Linköpings University, Sweden.


Exhibitions, (solo / duo)

2013, The Ghost Castle, collaboration with Giorgio Giusti, Bråvallagatan 3, Stockholm, Sweden.

2012, Löpande anpassningar till verkligheten, Gallery GoCart, Visby, Sweden.

2012, Åter Avsändaren / Return to Sender, Galleri Mejan, Stockholm, Sweden.

2011, PELD 04, collaboration with Arthur Summereder, Galleri Mejan, Stockholm, Sweden.

2010, Masks for the jungle…, Galleri Mejan, Stockholm, Sweden.

2009, P.U.S.H Pray Until Something Happens, Galleri Kronan, Norrköping, Sweden.

2008, Superhjältiden, Mellanrummet, Kungliga Konsthögskolan, Stockholm, Sweden.

2005, Tillträde förbjudet, Galleri Lux, Örebro, Sweden.


Selected Group Exhibitions

2016, Hybrid (...) Scapes, NAC; Nida, Sweden.

2016, Industrisemester, Maskinhuset, Grängesberg, Sweden.

2015, Prekär, the Museum of Work, Norrköping, Sweden.

2015, Composition, Mustarinda, Finland.

2014, Metsän henki / Forest Spirit, Mustarinda, Finland.

2014, Quid Pro Quo: Negotiating Futures, Changing Spaces, Cambridge, UK.

2013, To the Reader, BAK, Utrecht, the Netherlands.

2013, She a Factory, Romanian Cultural Institute, Stockholm, Sweden.

2013, Thrill in Movement, Mikser Festival, Belgrade, Serbia.

2013, Art Hack Day Stockholm, Larger than Life, Bonniers Konsthall, Sweden.

2013, No Brow #4, Svarta hålet, Stockholm, Sweden.

2012, Taking Time, Akademija Gallery, Vilnius, Lithuania.

2012, Cosmotopia, Batiment d’art Contemporain BAC, Genève, Switzerland.

2012, Här har man alltid med sig, Stockholm Music and Arts, Stockholm, Sweden.

2012, MA degree group show, Konstakademien, Stockholm, Sweden.

2012, At the end of the rainbow, Rymdgymnasiet, What the Shop, Vienna, Austria.

2011, A call from Barken, Arkivhuset i Smedjebacken, Smedjebacken, Sweden.

2011, YAPP i Botkyrka, Botkyrka Konsthall, Tumba, Sweden.

2011, Performance at Årstahemligheter, Årsta folkets hus, Årsta, Sweden

2010, Kungliga Konsthögskolans Kandidatutställning, Stockholm, Sweden.

2008, Real Presence, Belgrade, Serbia.

2008, (Monu) mental Squat, Kungliga Konsthögskolan, Stockholm, Sweden.

2007, Om väggar kunde tala 2. If walls could speak 2, Kerava art museum, Kerava, Finland.

2007, Grupputställning, Konstforum, Norrköping, Sweden.

2007, Om väggar kunde tala, If walls could speak, Botkyrka Konsthall, Tumba, Sweden.

2007, Vårutställningen, Kungliga Konsthögskolan, Stockholm, Sweden.

2006, Örebro Konstskolas årliga utställning, Örebro Slott, Örebro, Sweden.

2005, Örebro Konstskolas årliga utställning, Örebro Läns museum, Örebro, Sweden.


Grants

2016, Stockholm city council, Culture Grant.

2015, City of Stockholm, Studio Grant.

2014, Emil Bergs resestipendium.

2013, Helge Ax:son Johnsons stiftelse.

2013, Längmanska kulturfonden.

2013, Nordic Culture Point, Mobility Support.

2012, IASPIS, International Cultural Exchange Grant.

2012, Brucebo Stiftelsens vistelsestipendium.

2012, Familjen Gustaf Tobisons fond.

2011, EE-medel, from Royal Institute of Art Stockholm

2010, EE-medel, from Royal Institute of Art Stockholm.

2005, Stipendiet för Närkes unga konst.

2003, Marta, Wivi och Åke Liljessons stipendium.


Residencies, Workshops and Presentations

2016, Røst A–I–R, collaboration with Mirko Nikolić, Norway.

2016, Nida Art Colony, residency, Lithuania.

2015, Konst i Arbete, conference, Museum of Work, Norrköping, Sweden.

2015, Røst A–I–R, collaboration with Mirko Nikolić.

2014, Mustarinda Residency, Finland.

2014, Inter-format Symposium On Flux of Sand and Aquatic Eco-systems, Lithuania.

2014, Cambridge Sustainability Residency, Cambridge, UK.

2013, Post-Digital Culture, Symposium, Lausanne, Switzerland.

2013, O-YO Residency, Zeimiai manor house, Lithuania.

2013, Inter-format Symposium on Critical Tourism, Site-specificity and Post-romantic Condition, Lithuania.

2013, Impakt, residency, Utrecht, the Netherlands.

2012, Nida Art Colony, residency, Lithuania.

2012, O-YO Residency, Zeimiai manor house, Lithuania.

2012, Brucebo Stiftelsen, grant/residency, Gotland, Sweden.

2011, You can’t stay up on the roof forever, workshop, Dalarna, Sweden.

2008, Real Presence, workshop, Belgrade, Serbia.


Bibliography

2015, Inga kärleksbrev idag heller ”fortsatt framgångsrik kostnadsanpassning och löpande effektiviseringar” artist book.

2015, Arbetets Konst, edited by Hans Carlsson.

2015, Nida Art Colony Log No. 6.

2015, Contributed to Investigations on Artistic Subjectivity, by Meriç Algün Ringborg and Erdem Taşdelen.

2014, Nida Art Colony Log No. 5.

2013, Nida Art Colony Log No. 4.

2013, Tourist Like Us: Critical Tourism and Contemporary Art, edited by Federica Martini & Vytautas Michelkevičius.

2012, The Swedish Dance History Vol.4, DISCLAIMER Forward-looking statements.

2012, The Nida Book of Unrealised Project: PDF publication by Marta Bogdanska.

2012, Fält # 1, magazine published by Gnesta Art Lab.

2011, YEAH Magazine # 1, poster magazine, by Calle Holck.

2008, Superhjältiden, magazine and documentation, self-published.