Karl Larsson is an artist, poet and editor. These diverse positions have coalesced in an artistic practice that can be described as both editorial and literary, but that differs from writing in a conventional sense in its focus on spatial experience, embodiment and activism.
As a poet Karl Larsson has published five books; Form/Force (OEI Editör 2007), Nightsong (OEI Editör 2009), Parrot (Paraguay Press 2010), Poetical Assumption (Torpedo / JvE 2012) and Consensus (the Room) (Paraguay Press 2012). Karl Larsson is part of the editorial board of OEI, magazine on contemporary poetry and conceptual writing as well as Audiatur, a contemporary poetry biennale in Bergen, Norway.
Solo exhibitions (selection): 2010: Parrot, Index, Stockholm, Form/Force, Neuer Aachener Kunstverein, Aachen, 2011: The Double of the Object is that I Desire it, Corner College, Zurich, of or before the forum, CAC, Vilnius, 2012: R,A,I,N (Consensus), Signal, Malmö, 2013: Cut up, written over and eventually recovered, Nordehake, Stockholm, P?L (Consensus),castillo/corrales, Paris, Twelve Hours, Galerie Kamm, Berlin, Fox Mask, UKS, Oslo 2014: Galerie Kamm, Berlin (June), Hamburger Kunstverein, Hamburg (September), Portland Instituet for Contemporary Art, Portland (November)
Karl Larsson’s 2014 residency is a part of Nordic & Baltic Collaboration Residency Programme and is organised in cooperation with HIAP and Nordic Culture Point. The Nordic-Baltic Mobility Programme for Culture is jointly financed by the Nordic Council of Ministers and the Ministers of culture in the Baltic countries.
The residency is realised with the support of Nordic Culture Point and Svenska kulturfonden.