Showing final work from Â two years Master programme at Trondheim Academy of Art, Thesis Exhibition at Â TKM GrÃ¥mÃ¸lna &Â Lademoen Kunstnerverksted, Trondheim. The work PreludeÂ (2,2) 0 and ( 2,2) 0 are the outcome of my ongoing study When The Spell is Broken,Â Â rooted in the etymology of kinema and topos. The research explores a meta-critique of sight perception in relation to virtual, real and imaginary spaces.Taking the structure of a (2,2) mode shamanic drum as a reference, Â the artwork explores the possibility for Â re-combinations and simultaneities of the real-and-imagined. It offers a Â geo-narrative where imagination is activated in a topological way by connecting two venues in Trondheim; Lademoen Kunstnerverksteder & GrÃ¥mÃ¸lna Kunstmuseum. The hybrid spaces present the use of technology and its relation to knowledge, through systems and languages found in techno-animism, cinema and hauntology practices. Â
Trondheim Academy of Fine Art
Opening May 21st at 13.00
From May 24th â€“ June 11th, 2017
Susanna Barlow, Prerna Bishnoi, Sandra Burek, Taylor Edin, Agnieszka Foltyn, Reidun SynnÃ¸ve Gravelseter, Mahmoud Khaled, Mujahed Khallaf, Rosina Ivanova with Guerrilla Optimists and Moaners., Diana Lindbjerg, Thea Meinert, Hilde Pytkowski, Mari Sanden, Yanir Shani, Nazare Soares with Ã˜ystein KjÃ¸rstad Fjeldbo & Amalia Fonfara, Martinus Suijkerbuijk.
Exit is a graduation exhibition of 16 artists who have developed their individual practices while attending the International MFA program at Kunstakademiet i Trondheim | Trondheim Academy of Fine Art. The exhibition presents what the artists have been working on over the past two years which will reflect a diversity of artistic strategies and approaches towards a broad range of subjects. The exhibition will take place in TKM GrÃ¥mÃ¸lna, Gallery KiT and Lademoen Kunstnerverksted.
If one were to walk through the labyrinth of the art academy, one might encounter a network of artistic laboratories whose borders are defined by ad-hoc assemblages of curtains and sliding doors. Entering each space is entering a microcosm of artistic experimentation guided by open-ended questionsâ€”or not necessarily questionsâ€”but rather urges, twitches. To inhabit the urge, and succumb to the twitch is a temporary, and potentially anxiety-producing, loss of self, of getting lost: the conjuring of streams of proposals and propositions that perhaps remain forever hidden; hours of energy and labor spent trying to arrive at a â€˜discourseâ€™; intersubjective perception. Is it within these spasms and movements that art has the potential to produce new knowledge? And what kind of knowledge?
These questions have been part of vibrant discussions within the class and the institution, and the exhibition engages and reflects on them.
The exhibition opens on May 21st at 13.00 in TKM GrÃ¥mÃ¸lna, Gallery KiT and Lademoen Kunstnerverksted.
Opening hours May 24th to June 11th
TKM GrÃ¥mÃ¸lna, Gallery KiT
Thursday â€“ Sunday 12-16
Monday â€“ Tuesday closed
May 22th – 28th 12-6 h
I made new work in response to Skansen area in Trondheim. The work called Pharos Mirror is a film installation and will be shown as part of the group exhibition Pink Shoelaces presented by Punktet and curated by David Breida and Jeremy Welsh. http://punktetvisningsrom.no/
PINK SHOELACES presented by Punktet;curated by David Breida and Jeremy Welsh
Friday, april 8th.
17-21: Randy Bonanza
18.30: Performance Guri Simone Øveraas
19.30: Performance Martinius Suijkuijk
Saturday, april 9th.
13.00: Guided tour with Simon Harvey
Sunday, april 10th.
19.30: Lecture with Johanna Gullberg at Lilleskansen
Monday, april 11th.
Tuesday, april 12th.
Finissage at 17: «Kurator-talk» with Jeremy Welsh
David Breida and Jeremy Welsh both has connections with the Art Academy in Trondheim. They are curating the exhibition PINK SHOELACES where they have invited 15 artists to interpret the area freely. This includes different art mediums as performance, installation, sound, light and video.