Sustain Able Voices showcases selected young Swedish design from the Young Swedish Design competition 2004–2020. Many of the presented works offer sustainable solutions to practical everyday challenges, while others focus more on art and fashion. In recent years, however, more and more competition entries have come to be inspired by climate change and other threats to our planet.
Sustain Able Voices
The Sustain Able Voices exhibition shows innovative, boundary-crossing young design that inspires a more sustainable future. Originally produced and displayed at IKEA Museum, the exhibition is now on tour in Sweden and internationally.
Exhibition on tour
IKEA Museum has produced a mobile exhibition for museums, galleries and institutions. Based on the physical exhibition entitled Sustain Able Voices, it comprises 24 boards/posters with texts and images, as well as art photos and several videos. The exhibition can be shown on different scales, and the smallest, simplest version is delivered digitally for printing on site. See the exhibition here:
To show the exhibition
Contact Svensk Form to show the exhibition in Sweden.
Contact the Swedish Institute to show the exhibition outside of Sweden.
The exhibition shows works by: Cecilia Actis, Rebecca Ahlstedt, Victor Alge, Karin Bodin, Amanda Borgfors Mészàros, Elias Båth, Emma Dahlqvist, Robert During Janson, Jenny Ekdahl, Fredrik Färg, Erika Geiger Ohlin, Josefine Gennert Jakobsson, Lies-Marie Hoffmann, Mia Hulterstam, Emeli Höcks, Jan Klinger, Anton Kolbe, Per Nadén, Johanna Nestor, Nonhuman Nonsense, Christoffer Ohlander, Erik Olsson, Jens Peterson Berger, Kristina Schultz Lindberg, Martin Thübeck and Olov Ylinenpää.
The Sustain Able Voices exhibition is a collaboration between Svensk Form (the Swedish Society of Crafts and Design) and IKEA Museum, shown internationally in association with the Swedish Institute and nationally with the regional associations of Svensk Form.