Laster Arrangementer

Utstilling: A Thousand Observations – Ingrid Bjørnseth, Aski Dahl, Vilde Løwenborg Blom

Glue charcoal strawberry paper plaster dissolving sugar bodies soil, drip-drop. If you measure the rotation of your eye movement. Discovering, the eye flickers around the room.
I wonder if you ever see what I see, if we ever share the same landscape? Plaster glue strawberry paper charcoal sugar soil — where does one end and another begin? Everything is wrong, everything is ok.

A thousand observations can be made from a singular viewpoint. They can be multiple approaches of one thing, of clusters of individually articulated details, or the mass of their unity. Of a thousand observations, which one clarifies itself, smears off on you, sticks around as a memory?

A thousand observations is a project platform and point of contact between the artistic practice of Ingrid Bjørnseth, Aski Dahl and Vilde Løwenborg Blom. Presenting the collaborative exhibition as an open process in constant, subtle transformation, they shift the centre of gravity from the finalized result of an artwork to its organic evolvement. As a series of continuous occurrences the exhibition manifests day by day.

Process archive: https://athousandobservations.tumblr.com/

Opening: March 16 from 19.00 – 21.00
Opening hours, March 17 – 26:
Saturday – Sunday: 14.00 – 18.00
Monday: Closed
Tuesday – Friday: 15.00 – 20.00

Free entrance.

A series of public conversations titled Swarm Talks will be held in the gallery during the exhibition period. The Swarm Talks intend to gather a group of people with different connections to the art field, to share and converse on topics related to the artistic process. The participants are the artists plus three invited guests.

We invite you to join us:

Sunday the 18th, 14.30 – 15.30:
Stacy Brafield, Tim Ekberg and Eva Ballo

Wednesday the 21st, 18.30 – 19.30:
Hilde Marie Pedersen, Eamon O’Kane and Randi Grov Berger

Saturday the 24th, 14.30 – 15.30:
Philip Buer Elvegård, Erik Friis Reitan and Tatiana Lozano

Welcome!

The exhibition is supported by Norsk Kulturråd.