José González at Kulturhuset

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2017-08-27 19:00 - 2017-08-27 20:30
Kulturhuset
Address: Kulturhuset, Stockholm, Sweden

José González is the molecular biologist who became a pop icon. After a long tour of The String Theory, he now comes to The Stockholm Act and gives an intimate concert.

José González is all our dimensions in one person. The researcher became a cultural person and entered the pop industry to influence his environment. This is how he describes his latest article: “As an eye capturing all of our humanity, living in a light blue spot in a cold and unspeakable space”. In the song “Every Age” he sings: “Every age has its turn / every branch of the tree has to learn / learn to grow, find it’s way / make the best of this short lived stay / take this seed, take this spade / take This dream of a better day / take your time, build a home / build a place where we can all belong “.

In an article in DN he gives a fitting to the scientists: “Science’s stringent and logic requirements are obviously compatible with the associative thinking that artistic creation is often based on.”

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