Tolga Balcı – Solveig Bergene – Tonje Bøe Birkeland – Jason Dunne – Guro Gomo – Live Haug Hilton – Håkon Holm-Olsen – Rachel Elice Huglen – Cecilia Jonsson – Signe Lidén – Ingeborg Annie Kristine Lindahl – Gro Gjengedal Navelsaker – Hilde Skevik – Kenichi Tashiro – Janna Thöle-Juul – Wong Men Hoi – Apichaya Wanthiang – Iselin Kleiva – Jarle Kvamme
The exhibition shows the ambitiousness and playfulness of our 19 master’s students this spring.
A ride full of traps
A trap is a device or tactic meant to catch an intruder, enemy, error or substance. A ride full of traps chases you, but with charm. The traps in this exhibition are less costly and less visually offensive than the mousetraps you buy in your local grocery shop. Is there anything in the traps, and what do you know about the people who set them? Gain insight by investing attention in each individual work. Besides the fact that this is a morbid fascination that affects us all, you will rearrange your perceptions to a feeling of deja vu, moved by such factors as personality, movement, unpleasantness etc. Are they traps, or is it a fantastic attraction?
The odds are that the exhibition will shake you up. A ride full of traps is guaranteed to pull you out of your comfort zone.
MA Seminar in Fine Art:
Landmark, 7 May, 11am – 6pm
The speakers are Amund Sjølie Sveen, Christine Hansen, Helgard Mahrdt, Paul O´Neill and Stephen Zepke. Different states of in betweenness, artistically and politically, is the starting point for the seminar. Associate Professor Steven Dixon moderates the seminar.