Bim Eriksson

Bim Eriksson is a Swedish cartoonist. She was born in 1991. She released her first comic book in 2016, and have since then worked as an independent artist in the field of illustration, comics and fine art. Her second book Baby Blue, a graphic novel about a dystopian happiness-fascist society was released earlier this fall in Sweden and is currently being translated in Italian as well.
Bim Eriksson is part of Invisible Lines, a project co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union.
Exhibition 4 Dec 2021 - 21 Dec 2021
talk Friday 3 Dec H 10:00
Accademia di Belle Arti di Bologna

Invisible lines: drawing bodies

with Rikke Villadsen, Bim Eriksson, Lode Herregods, Mia Oberländer, Barbora Satranská

chair Ilaria Tontardini

To draw a body is never a neutral act: from the physicality of drawing to his symbolic meaning, telling in comics always means talking about the body, modeling it, transforming it, playing with its visible and invisible dimension. The boys and girls of Invisible Lines discuss it with the comic artist Rikke Villadsen, who has made of the representation of the body the figure of her art.

Entry: libero fino a esaurimento posti

Duration: 1h30

The event is part of Invisible Lines, co-financed by the Creative Europe program of the European Union.
In partnership with Flanders Literature, Czech Literary Centre, Goethe-Institut Roma.

performance Friday 3 Dec H 23:00
Mercato Sonato

Sigaretten Ensemble/01

with Rikke Villadsen, Clara Chotil, Omar Cheikh, Bim Eriksson, Léopold Prudon, Barbora Satranská, Anna Dietzel , Benedetta Claudia Vialli , Emanuele Cantoro, Stefano Ricci

To celebrate the autumn debut of Sigarettene, the authors draw live on the music of Vincenzo Vasi.

Entry: 13 euro / 5 euro with Arci membership card

Entry: Per entrare è necessaria la tessera ARCI

Price: 3 euro per chi deve fare la tessera ARCI (10 euro) - 5 euro per chi ha già la tessera ARCI

Curated by Sigaretten.
In collaboration with Arci Bologna, Institut Français Italia, Czech Literary Centre.
The event is part of Invisible Lines, co-financed by the Creative Europe program of European Union.