New issue featuring Swedish journalist, writer and artist Fredrik Edin.
Come read on Ystadvägen 13, 7pm, Friday, March 18.

'The labour politics of the centre-right coalition government in Sweden takes many shapes and forms. Primarily, however, it is a means to distribute resources from those who have little to those who have a lot. It also constitutes a major step backwards to a labour market akin to that of the 19th Century. Decreasing taxation for some become personal tragedies for others – and an unequal society for us all,' says Fredrik Edin. When parliamentary minister Sven Otto Littorin made a painting illustrating his vision of Swedish labour politics, Swedish journalist, writer and artist Fredrik Edin felt that it was time to present other versions of reality. Having announced a competition with the title S.K.U.M.M.A where participants were asked to rework Littorin's painting, he is now exhibiting a collection of some of the responses he received in the eight issue of Fasad. Says Edin, 'Whereas Littorin's painting calls out: "Look, Mother, what a nice poo I have made," these other works problematise his vision.

Preview and festivities commence at 7pm, Friday, March 18. The location is the same: Ystadvägen 13, Malmö, near the intersection at Dalaplan. We thank the artist group Red76 for contributing the seventh issue of Fasad, Follow the Light. Let the Light Guide You.

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