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YKKY #3/4 - "Mysticism"
Ink on paper
(Munken Lynx 200 g /120 g)
Color print, saddle stitched
Set in Garamond
285 x 390 mm

Curated, edited, designed and produced by Tobias Rydin and Christofer Lämgren

Language: English

Contributors –

Ryoji Ikeda is a Japanese electronic composer / artist that focuses on the minutiae of ultrasonics, frequencies and the essential characteristics of sound itself. Since 1995 Ryoji Ikeda has been intensely active through concerts, installations, and recordings, integrating sound, acoustics and sublime imagery. In the artist’s works, music, time and space are shaped by mathematical methods as Ryoji Ikeda explores sound as sensation, pulling apart its physical properties to reveal its relationship with human perception.



Arvo Pärt is an Estonian classical composer. Arvo Pärt is often identified with the school of mystic minimalism or sacred minimalism. His recognition initially rested on instrumental works such as Tabula Rasa and Spiegel im Spiegel, but today he is acclaimed as one of the greatest now living composers.

Tomoko Yoneda is a British / Japanese artist living in London. Her work has been shown at the 52nd Venice Biennale and the 10th International Istanbul Biennial. Her photographic work is concerned with themes of human history and memory.

Clay Ketter is an American artist now living in Skåne, Sweden. He exhibits frequently with Sonnabend Gallery and in museums and galleries around the world. In May through August his work will be shown at Moderna Museet in Stockholm, Sweden.

Susanna Majuri - "I need color to exist. Water is color and it changes the things it touches. I need my inner world to exist. Imagination is willing to be seen and taking a form. I paint it here. I need this person, the place, the water, this touch." Susanna Majuri is a Finnish artist who works with photography. She is represented by Galerie Adler.




David Peace is a British author now living in Tokyo, Japan. He is best known for his novels GB84 and The Damned Utd. His latest novel, Tokyo Year Zero, is based on the true story of serial killer Yoshio Kodaira, and is the first part of a planned Tokyo trilogy. The second book in the trilogy, Occupied City, will be released in July by Faber & Faber Ldt.

Martin Formgren is a Swedish painter currently living in his studio in Gothenburg with his dog Brutus. “I see my paintings as portals, portals to the viewers own imagination, limitation and possibilities. It’s a kind of alchemistry, where the paint tells it’s own stories.”

Daniel Gustav Cramer is a Berlin-based artist currently doing a residency at the Ruskin School of Fine Art, Oxford and the VCA, Melbourne, Australia. In 2003 he finished his MA at the Royal College of Art in London. This year his work is shown at the Athens Biennale, at BolteLang, Zurich, FormContent, London and Platform Garanti, Istanbul, amongst others.



Lyle Owerko is an American photographer and filmmaker. On a morning that will stay with him forever, Lyle Owerko photographed the image that appeared on the cover of Time Magazines September 11, 2001 issue. His current projects bridge perceptual borders to document tribal groups and fringe societies with the aim to better understand the human condition. His work is now shown at Eckhart Gallery in Amsterdam, Holland.

The Pirate Bay is a Swedish website that indexes, stores and tracks BitTorrent (.torrent) files. Initially established in November 2003 by the Swedish anti-copyright organization Piratbyrån (The Piracy Bureau), it has been operating as a separate organization since October 2004.


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