The exhibition curator Björn Norberg has chosen Wind as the Triennial theme. This theme is open to many different interpretations and creates a broad potential for artists to interpret and design within the framework of the exhibitions.
The Triennial features 33 artists in all the regional municipalities and art spaces. They represent a diversity of voices and styles, together giving a picture of contemporary dialogues and the world we live in.
All the artists featured in this exhibition have links to Västernorrland, as the regional nature of many of their works reveals.
Konstfrämjandet Västernorrland is a non-profit organisation that seeks to make contemporary art accessible and promote the role of art and artists in society. The Västernorrland district of Konstfrämjandet was launched in 2021 and is now organising the first Triennial in Västernorrland, and the concept holds an inherent commitment to future major art initiatives in the region every three years.
The first Triennial in Västernorrland was made possible with funding from the Swedish Postcode Foundation and is organised by Konstfrämjandet Västernorrland in collaboration with Västernorrlands Museum, Apotekshuset Konst och Kultur Sollefteå, Härnösands Konsthall, Kramfors Konsthall, Sundsvalls Museum, Timrå Municipality, Ånge Konsthall, Örnsköldsviks Museum och Konsthall and Region Västernorrland.