Vanille Dream Fatigue
@ Destinys Atelier, Riddervolds gate 9, Oslo
Untitled (Why cover the window?), 2016
Untitled (Why cover the window?), 2016
Silkscreened, painted and textile printed fabrics
Samsung HT-J5500 Home Entertainment System
Audio file 9'37'' (Read text from Window Treaments by Karla J Nielson)
SAND IN MY SHOES @ Kunstnernes Hus, Oslo
Graduation Show, Oslo National Academy of the Arts 2016
A good formula is simple.
A good formula is easy to remember.
A good formula is promising.
A good formula is good.
A good formula is determinated.
A good formula is immediate.
A good formula is mysterious.
A good formula is sophisticated.
A good formula works.
A good formula gives for each a little something.
A good formula can be repeated.
A good formula can be applied.
A good formula can be shared.
A good formula can be varied.
A good formula is made to outsource.
A good formula is made to outlive.
A good formula is made to execute.
A good formula is made to succeed.
A good formula is routine.
A good formula is boring.
A good formula is excluding.
A good formula is trite.
A good formula is silly.
A good formula is for everyone.
A good formula is just for you.
Perri MacKenzie and Stephanie Heitmann used the installation for a reading performance, where they simultaneously read the printed articles, press reports and commercials laying on the table.
Ora or labora@ Kunstnernes Hus, Wergelandsveien 17 Oslo,
Shikh Sabbir Alam,
Inga Sund Hofset,
30 Jahre A. Dietrich Förderpreis,
Untitled (Schweinfurt), 2015, Oil on cotton, 38 x 38 cm
Let's wait for the group 2015
March 23, 1956/57
NCAA Mens Division I, Championship Game
Kansas City Missouri
For ten visitors and one performer,
wilson and whistle,
48 min, 2015
The performance was written for the program of
in the exhibition "Black Mountain An Interdisciplinary Experiment 19331957" at
Hamburger Bahnhof in 2015.
In 1957, the year Black Mountain College was closing, the
local Mens division basketball team North Carolina Tar
Heels won their first NCAA tournament over the favoured
Kansas Jayhawks. The musical and performative composition,
which is presented during two weeks in the voluminous Kleinhueshalle at Hamburger Bahnhof in Berlin, is written
in a book of 12 chapters and based on a silent film
documentation of the game as well as different detailed
press reports from the same year.
It is not allowed to use spirit With Gerry Bibby, Ahmed Gossein,
Louise Guerra, Valentin Hauri, Marianne
Hultman, Raphael Julliard, Lara
Khaldi, Yazan Khalili, Michael Kraft,
Sebastian Lasinger, Carl Nilssen Love,
Julia Wallisch, Susanne M. Winterling
Program for Wednesday Evening
April Fifth teen Twenty Fifth teen
The Academy room. The exhibition room behind
other rooms at Kunstnernes Hus
Werglands road number seventeen, Oslo
Behind the scenes
A motion of entrance
A motion of activity
A motion of resolution
Prelude for Two Pianos
Six pieces for children and anyone else who cares to listen
The Kiss by performers Anni and Josef Albers
Projections designed and executed by students and professor
Ambience by Jay Watt AKA Espen Gleditsch
and Stian S. Grøgaard
Direction Helen Livingston & Arthur Penn
Dances Merce Cunningham
Piano John Cage
Decor William (Willem) & Elaine De Kooning
Costumes Mary Outten
Lighting Richard Lischer
Stage Manager Marion Rothman
Monkey´s stand Anna Daniell
Selection of Documents from the BMC Archive, Coffee cups
and kettle Dag Erik Elgin
Candelabrum and Hölzernes Gelächter Ray Hegelbach
Pick up truck Solveig Lønseth
Magnifying glass and safety blankets (silver)
A lot of corn Espen Gleditsch
Napoleon, brush and rubber shoes Mikael Lo Presti
Prelude to the exhibition Black Mountain.
An Interdisciplinary Experiment 19331957 at
Hamburger Bahnhof Museum für Gegenwart Berlin
«PLUS ONE [Gerry Bibby]» A DIALOGUE AND A GIFT OUT OF THE WELLSPRING OF GESTURE continues within «PLUS ONE [Gerry Bibby]» until 14 May, 2015
Plus One is derived from the idea that a gift poses a problem which asks to be addressed, a concept characterized by anthropologists, philosophers and thinkers such as Jacques Derrida, Georges Bataille, Marcel Mauss, … The gift is also an arrangement or an action, and could be the beginning of an exhibition which turns into something else, a carrier of a situation bringing its own meaning, producing yet others … a long sentence, an extension, a figuration, a loop, a knot, a making. Economies, antagonisms, communities and temporalities are only a few keywords that require attention.
A dialogue and a gift out of the wellspring of gesture
with Julia Wallisch
7.5.2015 – 14.5.2015 Akademirommet Oslo
She sent me an invitation. Ok, let’s do it. Cool. We exchanged some items. A souvenir from Lanzarote, a drawing on the window, a wooden plate, and mirrored goggles. The conversation started the 4th of March 2015, 11:46. She called me from 46227808. Do you like banana sauce? We had a dinner at this vietnamese restaurant with an italian terrazzo floor. There was a need to write a book about it. Glossy paper. 120 gsm silk. Arrangements have to be prepared. The oven was heated up several times. Objects started to bounce and flow. Interrupted by the lapses of time. Maneuvering through the floating fjords of language, it’s fruitful but also frightful. Later we met this guy in the big square in the middle of the town and talked about simple things.
Untitled (Cayman Islands), 2014, Oil on canvas, 38 x 31 cm
Kulturkonzept Kanton Thurgau 2015-2018
Ich werd es auf an die Tür hängen zu den anderen. „Bulk goods Sweetheart!“ Where are you from? Dann--- der Nachbar auf B32 hat sich auf den Boden übergeben. Dafür gibts doch diese Tüten (die armen Mitarbeiter). Thanks Reynold!„Where are you going?“ Wir waren dort mit dem Canoe. Am zweiten Tag ein Riesenhai. 7 Meter meinte Joseph (Kannste dich erinnern?). Sea Turtles, Sea Turtles, Sea Turtles. Dabei machen die dann solches aus den armen Dingern. „Where have you been?„ Sapphire Bay. Nicht schlecht gemacht, hübsch, hübsch, aber wer kauft das schon? Jackenknöpfe. Die machen das Tag für Tag. Hunderte. Schematische Anleitung. Man nahm ein Set – aus Prinzip. (liegt bei). Re-present Re-present. Your hand, your body, your locus. „Where do you want to go?“ Hand graved Heimweh.
Untitled, Lithography on canvas, 130 x 110 cm Untitled, Lithography on canvas, 130 x 110 cm