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Josefina Malmegård’s work Heavenly Bodies II also concerns the passion for sports that will be familiar to anyone who ever pursued a sport ambitiously or experienced it intimately. It encloses you in a bubble, where the outside world goes on around you but doesn’t concern you in the moment when the sport takes over. The art of living is more like wrestling than dancing, because an artful life requires being prepared to meet and withstand sudden and unexpected attacks. These are the words of the Roman emperor Marcus Aurelius (121–180). But references to wrestling are found even further back in time. In Beni Hasan in Middle Egypt, graves from around 2040 – 1640 BCE have wall paintings showing more than 200 wrestling couples, and most of the holds used today are represented. There are also descriptions of wrestling from around the same period in the Mesopotamian Gilgamesh epic; in ancient Greece, where wrestling was one of the primary Olympic games, wrestlers are portrayed in sculptures and on clay vessels. There are also early findings from Asia; the now famous Japanese art of Sumo wrestling is mentioned in written sources from the 8th century, and the oldest Indian form of wrestling, Malla-Yuddha, was described back in the 13th century. And the list goes on. Our warmest thanks to the exhibition curators, Koshik and Ashik Zaman! With their profound knowledge of both the practice of wrestling and what it can represent apart from being a sport, they have, as the exhibition title suggests, moved beyond the mat, the gym and the changing rooms. Through the works of eight artists, they propose a more conceptual approach to the sport. Wrestling as a choreographed dance, as music, as entertainment, or a life line, but also as a phenomenon with deeply personal implications. Wrestling as the art of living!